Philodendron Warscewiczii ‘Aurea Flavum’ Plant Care Guide



Philodendron Warscewiczii, a rare plant hailing from Central America, is a well-enjoyed tropical plant with feathery leaves and blade-like stems. It is a beautiful variation of the classic Warscewiczii.

This care guide provides everything you need to keep your Warscewiczii Philodendron thriving, from light requirements to propagation techniques. Read on to become an expert in caring for this stunning indoor plant.

Soil & Fertilization

For optimal growth, Philodendron Warscewiczii requires a well-draining soil mix. A blend of potting soil, perlite, orchid bark, and horticultural charcoal provides nutrients and drainage. A pot with a drainage hole is crucial to prevent root rot from excess water.

How & When to Fertilize

Fertilize your Philo Warscewiczii with a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted to half-strength during the growing season, typically from spring to early fall. Apply the fertilizer once a month, ensuring the plant receives the essential nutrients it needs for healthy growth.


Philodendron Warscewiczii thrives in bright indirect sunlight, which mimics the light conditions in its native tropical forests. Avoid direct light, as it can scorch the species’ leaves, causing irreparable damage.


As a tropical plant, the Warscewiczii Philodendron prefers warmer temperatures, ideally between 65-85°F (18-29°C). Keep your plant away from drafts, air conditioning vents, or heaters to maintain a consistent temperature and ensure healthy growth.

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