Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight' +1 FREE* 'Philodendron 'Ruckus'!
- Family-owned nursery located in Oviedo, FL
- From Our Greenhouse to Your House®
- Every plant is pest & disease free.
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- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
*1 Free 3" Philodendron 'Ruckus' Hybrid with Every Order of 1 Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight'! No need to add to cart, will automatically ship with your order. While Supplies Last.
This is the ALL NEW Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight'! These plants are well rooted and ready for new homes!
These Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight' are the second Philodendron HYBRID seedlings that have come from our Breeding Program here at Gabriella Plants!
#EveryPlantHasAStory and these Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight' are no exception! At 6pm on May 12th 2022, pollen was collected from a mature Philodendron radiatum and was manually applied to a pollen receptive inflorescence of a mature Philodendron renauxii. On August 24th, the infructescence bearing the ripe berries bursting with seeds was collected and sowed! These are the seedlings that grew from those seeds!
That makes Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight' a hybrid of renauxii x radiatum.
Since these are seedlings they are each unique individuals, expressing slightly different characteristics from both of their parents. With every new leaf they continue to grow into their final mature form. We expect them to develop long paddle-like leaves like renauxii but develop ruffled and lobed edges like the radiatum! Make sure to keep us updated using the hashtag #PhilodendronTroubleTonight on Social Media. Very excited to offer this hybrid, the FIRST OF ITS KIND!
**Note to Customer: These 4" Philodendron 'Trouble Tonight' are being grown in 100% Sphagnum Moss. That makes their care slightly different than if they were being grown in a typical Potting Mix Substrate. Sphagnum moss has incredible water retention properties so watering routines may vary from other plants. To best care for these plants it is recommended to keep the sphagnum moss moist at all times, or allowing them to dry out slightly between waterings. For best watering practices it would be recommended to sit the pot in standing water for approx. 20 minutes and allow the sphagnum moss to wick the water up but never keep the pots sitting in water and ensure all water drains afterwards.
These plants can continue to be grown in 100% sphagnum moss and be very happy this way! In the future when they want a larger pot, it would be recommended to up-pot them still into 100% sphagnum moss for best growth results. If you would like to repot them into a more standard potting media, use care to remove as much sphagnum moss from the root zone as possible, but be aware that some root damage may occur in this process.**