Philodendro sellow C17

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Philodendro sellow is one of the most frequent tropical plants in our homes.

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Philodendro sellow is one of the most frequent tropical plants in our homes. It belongs to the Aracaceae family.

It is known for its air roots, which grow by clinging to a support. In nature it grows by clinging to tree trunks.

The flowers of Philodendro sellow are formed by a white spatha with a white appendix inside.

They must be kept in semi-shade and at temperatures above 13 ° C. Irrigation will be regular in summer and less frequent in winter and autumn.

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Philodendro sellow is one of the most frequent tropical plants in our homes.

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