AKA: P. Brazil, P. Pink Princess, P. Ring of Fire and many other varieties.
Light: Set the plant in a location with bright, indirect sunlight.
Watering: allow the first inch to dry out before watering again. Use your finger up to the first knuckle to measure. Each variety has different watering needs.
Humidity: Most varieties like some humidity. Keeping the area around 50% would be ideal.
Temp: The ideal temperature for a philodendron is between 65 – 78°F during the day, and around 60°F at night.
Soil: A well draining potting mix is preferred.
Fertilizer: Use a balanced general houseplant fertilizer during the growing season.
Toxicity: Moderately toxic depending on the variety. Research variety before purchasing.
Information may vary depending on plant variation