Heartleaf Philodendron - Live Air Purifying Plant in 3D Printed BioPot
GET TO KNOW THE PLANT
Heartleaf Philodendron, also known as the Sweetheart Plant, is native to Central America and the Caribbean. It is one of the most common houseplants in America because of its resiliency and indoor air cleaning qualities.Can be grown into a beautiful hanging plant! Macrame hangers can be found here.
This Sweetheart is recommended by NASA's Clean Air Study for it's air purifying attributes. Add one (or a combination of different purifying plants) for every 100 sq. ft. of indoor space and say goodbye to 90% of your indoor toxins!
If for some reason your plants arrive less than expected, email us within a week of delivery at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ship out a replacement free of charge!
WHAT YOU GET
Premium white, custom-made 4" BioPot with drainage. 3D printed in-house with sustainable materials derived from corn 🌽 We up-pot, so our plants won't need a transplant for 9-18+ months!
Premium, organic, custom-blended soil made daily by our staff. Specifically formulated with all the nutrients and vitamins to keep your plants happy and thriving 🌲
Premium biodegradable water catcher
3D printed in-house with sustainable materials derived from corn 🌽
+ Personalized care instructions
+ Ready to unpack, display and love
Heartleaf Philodendrons are susceptible to root/stem rot when they are overwatered. Luckily, this tends to remain local to individual vines. Be sure to give your Philodendron adequate light, and waterings when the top couple inches of soil dry out.
Pinch your Philodendron from time to time. Without pinching, it will grow with long, single stems and become lanky. You can pinch it back anytime to help it branch out, keeping the plant bushy and full. Always pinch above a leaf node (the place where a leaf is attached to the stem). A new stem will grow from that node.
Buyers shipping to destinations with temperatures under 40F MUST also purchase a heat pack here
There are certain risks associated with shipping live plants. While we take all precautions to make sure the plants arrive in good conditions, some transit shock is normal. To alleviate this shock, water your plant lightly upon arrival and wait at least 1 full week before transplanting it to a new container.
Photograph above represents plants in the nursery. Appearance of delivered plant may vary depending on season.