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Philodendron campii 'Lynette' is a rare aroid part of the family of Araceae. Unlike most Philodendron they don't grow the regular heart shaped leaves but more elongated jagged leaves. The philodendron campii lynette has bright green leaves that are jagged, elongated and ribbed. It’s a self-heading plant, so it it grows quite bushy, with the leaves really close to each other.
Light: Medium to bright indirect sunlight.
How Often to Water: Check your plant once a week and water it only if the top half of the soil is dry already. You do not want to let this plant sit in wet soil.
Fertilizer: Feed them monthly in the warmer spring and summer months to encourage growth.
Soil: Use a well draining soil with perlite mixed in to keep the roots from getting water logged.
When To Repot: Repot them when the roots get really compact, check them before and after the growing season.
Humidity: 60% is great for it, which is high, especially at direr times of the year, so make sure you mist it regularly.
Temperature: 18°C to 25°C is ideal for philodendron like this.