Philodendron Ring of Fire
Philodendron 'Tiger Tooth'
The wonderful Philodendron Ring of Fire is a slow grower; however, it is certainly worth the wait once it matures. The variation of colours on the new leaves can range from white to cream to light green to dark green. It enjoys rich organic soils like aroid potting mixes and prefers average humidity, ranging from 30% to 60%. It prefers partially-shaded areas and likes to be fed tri-annually. A good trick to keep this beauty healthy is to keep it away from mucky, wet soils. It usually grows out to be a very healthy-looking tropical plant that can climb walls and take up a decent amount of space for its roots.
This ease to care for plant is one of the most popular houseplants. In tropical regions it can survive outside, however in most places it is used strictly as a houseplant.
The Philodendron Ring of Fire was originally called the ‘Henderson’s Pride’; however, its name was later changed to the current one. The tropical beauty is believed to be a hybrid between the Philodendron Wendlandii and Philodendron Tortum. The Philodendron Ring of Fire plant is slightly pricey; however, the attractive features and positive energy make up considerably well for it.