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Philodendron

plant genus in the family Araceae and a popular house plant. Toxin is insoluble calcium oxalate raphide crystals. Causes stomatitis and renal damage in cats.
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Cut leaf and 'Xanadu' philodendrons are highly versatile since they can be planted in the shade garden, grown in containers outdoors, or utilized as indoor plants.
Apply sufficient water so that a small amount drains out of the holes in the bottom of the pot, just as if you were watering a philodendron.
Weeping figs, spider plants, heartleaf philodendrons, English ivy and peace lilies could all do with your considered attention too.
First, he put in a canopy of palms and flowering trees; then an understory of ferns, philodendrons, and ti plants; and finally a floor of bromeliads, New Guinea impatiens, and the traditional Hawaiian groundcover Moses-in-the-boat.
You'll also find heliconia, ginger, bamboo, ferns, philodendrons, azaleas and birds of paradise.
He found that philodendrons and golden pothos were excellent at controlling formaldehyde, chrysanthemums were impressive benzene cleansers, and peace lilies were highly rated for trichloroethylene removal.
Members of this family include the Calla Lily, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Anthuriums, Dieffenbachia and Philodendrons.
Spider plants, English ivy and heartleaf philodendrons are other old favourites, and elephant ears are a sound bet.
The plant produces the soft-skinned treats abundantly from summer through fall, he says, another reason to perhaps skip supermarket philodendrons and seek out less common plants.
The arums include philodendrons, Swiss cheese plant, Dieffenbachias, Chinese evergreens, pothos and Nephthytis.
To get smaller layers in front for visual interest and as a way of framing the space, he placed bromeliads and philodendrons in a 5-foot-long wooden trough at the edge of the porch.
Aroids include philodendrons, anthuriums, aglaonemas, caladiums, spathiphyllums and dieffenbachias.