How to Remove Split Leaf Philodendrons?

Answer Split-leaf philodendrons (Monstera deliciosa) occur naturally in the shaded understory of the tropical jungles across Central America. Although primarily grown as a houseplant, split-leaf philodend... Read More »

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How to Remove Air Roots From Philodendrons?

In their native habitats, large philodendrons climb high up into the tree canopies dozens of feet from the ground. To help them cling to trees and get the water they need, they have developed long,... Read More »

Can a Split Leaf Philodendron Be Divided?

The large, easy-care houseplants most of us know as split leaf philodendrons are no longer included in the genus Philodendron, though they are in the same plant family and therefore related. Split ... Read More »

How to Propagate a Split Leaf Philodendron?

Split leaf philodendrons (Monstera deliciosa) have a restricted growing area. They survive outside in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 10B and 11, both of which are frost-free year-ro... Read More »

How tall do Japanese split leaf maples get?

The Japanese split leaf maple (Acer palmatum var. dissectum) is a small tree featuring burgundy leaves. At maturity, this tree reaches 10 to 15 feet in height and a width equal to the height.Refe... Read More »