How to Prune Philodendron Houseplants

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Growing philodendrons doesn’t require much maintenance, but you can make them even happier and more impressive-looking by pruning them – as long you do it the right way. Our guide explains the ins and outs of pruning philodendrons, whether you’re pruning your plant into shape or cutting it back to keep it healthy.

Tips for Repotting Tree Philodendron Houseplants

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Tree philodendrons benefit from repotting approximately every two years. These plants like to be a bit rootbound, but may require more room to grow bigger. If you prefer, you can also trim the roots to keep the plant at a more compact size. Learn when and how to safely repot your plant in this guide. Read more now.

How to Grow and Care for Tree Philodendron Houseplants

A close up horizontal image of a tree philodendron (Thaumatophyllum bipinnatifidum) growing in a decorative pot by a window.

Looking for a big, bold, tropical houseplant? Tree philodendron fits the bill. They produce big leaves, can spread six feet or more, and flourish if you meet their minimal needs for water, fertilizer, and space. Learn to grow and care for this outsize, easy-care foliage plant in this guide. Read more now.

How to Grow and Care for Philodendron

A close up horizontal image of a heartleaf philodendron growing in a small pot on a windowsill with vines trailing along the floor.

Philodendrons are tropical foliage plants that are easy to grow indoors, and can be planted in the garden in USDA Hardiness Zones 10-11. Available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, these plants are ideal for livening up a gloomy corner of your home. Learn how to grow and care for philodendron in this guide.