Philodendron Tortum, distinguished by its striking twisted leaves and vibrant green coloration, is a captivating addition to any indoor jungle. With its unique foliage, it adds an intriguing architectural element to spaces, drawing the eye with its captivating twists and turns. Thriving in moderate to bright indirect light, it appreciates consistent moisture and well-draining soil. Regular pruning helps maintain its elegant form, making it a low-maintenance yet visually stunning choice for plant enthusiasts seeking to elevate their botanical haven with a touch of exotic charm.
Ed's Plant Profile
Botanical Name: Philodendron 'Tortum'
Common Name: Fern-leaf Philodendron, Lacy Philodendron
Native Range: French Guiana
Ed's Care Guide
Care Level: Easy
Light: Indirect bright light - avoid full sun
Water: Keep water consistently damp, but never soaking wet
Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves
Feeding: 1/2 strength fertilizer weekly during spring and summer
Pests: Look out for mealy bugs
Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets