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Philodendron Mayoi


Philodendron mayoi is one of the most unique plants in the genus Philodendron.

With dark green leaves that are beautifully split, giving it a captivating and one-of-a-kind look. The stems and veins of this beautiful plant are a bright reddish color that adds contrast and depth to its overall beauty.

Your order will be shipped from Indonesia. Please rest assured that the import process will be taken care of by our partner in the US, and you will not need to be involved in it. Once your order leaves our partner's warehouse, we will provide you with the UPS tracking number for your reference.

Please note that we ship to the US 2-3 times a month, and the shipping process from Indonesia to the US typically takes around 6 days. Following that, the delivery from the warehouse to your address usually takes about 2-4 days.

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Taking Care of Plants

  • Bright indirect light is best for the Philodendron Mayoi. But it can also grow in low and medium light.
  • Just water them when the top soil is dry. Usually, it’s twice a month.
  • They like soil that drains well, is rich, has some chunks, and has a good amount of peat. If you keep the roots too wet, they will rot. ½ coco coir, which is also called coco fiber, and 1/4 pumice or perlite would work well together.

Propagating Philodendron Mayoi

Cut about an inch or two below a node. Put water in a glass or some other small container (water propagation). Only the stem of the vine should be submerged; any leaves that are still in the water will die.

Stay away from direct sunlight. You might need to change the water every couple of days to keep it fresh. After about a week, move the plant to indoor potting soil. For the first few weeks, or until it seems to have good roots in the soil, water and drain your Philodendron a lot.