How to care
Light: Philodendrons enjoy bright, indirect light. Don’t keep it too close to a window that gets a lot of sun. If exposed to strong direct light, its leaves will scorch, and the damage is irreversible.
Water: Allow the soil to dry to the touch before watering again. Water deeply, allow excess water to drain, empty the saucer, then only re-water when the top 3cm of the soil feels dry to the touch.
Soil: refrain from using n all-purpose potting mix. Unfortunately, that does not work well for philodendrons, because all-purpose potting soil can become compacted over time, strangling the root system. It can also retain too much water, causing fungal diseases to flourish at the root level.
Fertilizer: Feeding with a weak liquid fertilizer designed for foliage plants can only help them grow into healthy plants.