Philodendron Jose Buono is among the rarest and most popular Philodendrons on the market. With its large, variegated leaves, it guarantees a special display.
Light: When growing Philodendron Jose Buono indoors, we recommend keeping it in a room where it receives at least six hours of bright indirect light per day. Avoid exposing the plant to direct sunlight, as this will only scorch the leaves. On the other hand, keeping it in a shaded spot will result in leggy growth and loss of variegation.
Water: In general, the Philodendron Jose Buono plant needs to be watered once a week throughout spring and summer and once every 7-10 days in winter. Try to keep the substrate moist but not waterlogged, as this can result in root rot.
Humidity: Although Philodendron Jose Buono can survive in a humidity level as low as 40 percent, we encourage you to boost it to at least 60. Philodendrons are tropical plants and, in their native range, they will often grow in moisture levels of 80 percent and higher.