How to care
Flower: Philodendron Moonlight has a fairly long bloom time for a Philodendron, lasting a month or more. Philodendron flower stem tends to be almost the same thickness as the main stem.
Light: Bright partial shade or indirect light will ensure a happy moonlight Philodendron. As house plants, the moonlight plant tolerates low-light conditions. But, it may become leggy and not achieve its full height or vibrant color. Never leave the plant in direct sunlight.
Water: As with all philodendrons, moonlight requires a moderate amount of water. Once the soil has become dry to about 3 cm deep, it’s time to water. Allowing the plant to sit in water leads to leaf drop and the risk of rot.
Fertilise: Any good all-purpose balanced liquid fertilizer will work well with moonlight. Applying monthly during spring and summer works best. Another option is to add a granular slow-release fertilizer once in the spring and again in late summer.