Why is my philodendron drooping?
Then, why is my philodendron Selloum drooping?
A selloum does grow a trunk as it matures, but the huge drooping leaves usually hide it. In lower light, the leaves turn a darker green; direct sun or too much light burns or fades the leaves. Unlike other philodendrons, the selloum likes moist but not soggy soil.
Beside above, how often should you water a philodendron? Philodendrons may be grown in soil or just in water. Plants that live in soil should be watered when half of the soil is dry. As with most plants, yellow leaves indicate over-watering and brown leaves indicate under-watering. You can tell when a philodendron needs water because its leaves will appear wilted.
Also Know, what's wrong with my philodendron?
Yellowing leaves on a philodendron are an indication that the plant is getting too much water. When watering, philodendrons should be kept moist, but not overly soaked. Avoid standing water, and allow the soil on and around the plant to become dry between watering.
Can philodendron take full sun?
Philodendrons may be tropical, but they don't like full sun, because they grow in forests in the wild. Outdoors, choose a spot that gets dappled or partial shade, in particular a spot where they will be shaded from direct sun during the hottest months from mid-February to mid-November.