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Philodendron cordatum 'Lemon Lime'

Philodendron cordatum 'Lemon Lime'

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Displaying bright yellow-green foliage, this climbing philodendron is commonly known as Malay gold or lemon-lime philodendron. It looks great displayed on a tabletop or desk when it's small and can be moved to a floor planter as it matures.


In order to keep its golden-yellow foliage bright and vibrant, the golden goddess philodendron requires bright, indirect light. An east or west-facing window is perfect for these climbing plants. Avoid locations that receive direct afternoon sun as the leaves are susceptible to scorching. 

As an epiphyte, the golden goddess philodendron requires a potting medium that is airy, rich, and moist but also well-draining. 

Keep the soil evenly moist but not soaked during the spring and summer months. The amount you will need to water to achieve this will vary depending on the temperature, humidity, and light available to the plant— wait for the top 1 to 2 inches of soil to dry out completely and then water thoroughly. Excess water should drain from the pot’s drainage holes after each watering. 

Temperature and Humidity
The golden goddess philodendron prefers warm, humid conditions and does well in typical household environments. Keep temperatures between 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit (18 to 24 degrees Celsius) and provide your plant with extra humidity if your home is dry. The best way to increase humidity for your plants is to place a humidifier nearby or to choose a naturally humid room to display them—such as a bathroom, laundry room, or kitchen.