A member of the Araceae family, the big, wide leaves of the Xanadu philodendron plant, include a tropical taste that is distinctly to contemporary houses, bungalows that are complementing, ranches, craftsmen and the landscape. This drooping plant thrives in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 8 through 11 and needs little maintenance, making it well-suited to beginner and veteran gardeners alike. With care, the fast growing Xanadu philodendron reaches heights of 2 to 4-feet using a spread of 3 to 4 feet.
Select a shady or shady location to develop Xanadu philodendron the plant does not tolerate drought or sunlight.
Soak the roots of seedlings in a sea weed answer for approximately two hours.
Plant Xanadu philodendron spring or early summer seasons in zones 8 and 9, or 10 and 11. Cover the root ball of each seedling entirely and depart 36 to 60-inches of room between the crops. Xanadu philodendron prefers alkaline or acidic soil of loamy, sandy or clay kinds. The plant thrives in moisture-retentive soil full of organic matter.
Water by saturating the soil that is free in crops. Subsequent to the initial watering, keep the soil of the Xanadu philodendron moist but not water-logged all the time. Test the soil close to the root by means of your finger â after watering, it will be moist down to about 2″, or for your second knuckle. It is time to time to water the plant, when the best 2″ of soil dries out.
A common- use fertilizer to a common and the plant bi-monthly -use slow release fertilizer. Follow the directions on the fertilizer label.