Philodendron Lemon Lime House Plant

Philodendron Lemon Lime is so bright and will light up your living space. It provides some contrast to the normally green house plants you may have already.

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Philodendron Care

The Philodendron Lemon Lime can cope with low light conditions, but grows faster and produces more leaves bright indirect light. Do not put it in direct sunlight–the sun will burn the foliage.

Water your Philodendron when the top 50%-75% of the soil is dry. These plants don’t need much water but should be given small amounts.

Lemon Lime Philodendron Light Requirement

It requires 75-80% exposure to sunlight throughout the day.

This light must always be bright but not direct, which is why it is preferable to keep these plants in a shady area where sunlight can reach them indirectly, such as the windowpane or some shelf near the window.

Philodendron lemon lime requires moderate temperatures and bright lights.

It thrives in 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

The lemon lime philodendron (Philodendron Hederaceum Lemon Lime) goes by many other names. The most popular of which being the sweetheart vine.

Philodendron 'Lemon Lime' - Jordan's Jungle

Heart shaped leaves with a vibrant neon lemon color. An easy to care for vining plant that will brighten up any space!  

Climate – Native to tropical regions of South America 

Soil – Well-draining potting soil

Humidity – Likes increased humidity, but does not require added humidity 

Temperature – Typical indoor temperature acceptable, prefers temperatures above 65 degrees Fertilizer – Fertilize monthly in spring and summer with a balanced fertilizer containing macro-nutrients, fertilize every 6-8 weeks in fall and winter

Philodendron Lemon Lime Climber

Part of what makes the philodendron lemon lime easy to maintain is that it can grow even in low lighting, but keep an eye out for droopy leaves as this could mean it needs more exposure. Less light will also likely mean less water.

You can train the vine to grow upright as it will try to climb as it would in the natural state.

This is easy to accomplish.

Find a few pieces of rod of any material. Plastic, wood or metal and insert it into the pot but make sure it is stable. The philodendron will try to climb up it over a period of time.

You can encourage climbing by using wire ties to attach the branches.