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Ring of Fire M

Ring of Fire M

The Philodendron Ring of Fire is a unique plant that is gaining a lot of attention all around the world due to its unique appearance and rarity. The fiery, spiky leaves of this plant, which range in color from sunset orange, pink, and red to green and white variegated, are where the name of this plant get its origin. 

The Ring of Fire Philodendron is a member of the Araceae plant family, more frequently referred to as aroids.

  • Soil

    Philodendrons do best in loose, well-drained soil type high in organic matter. It requires good drainage to thrive. 

  • Water

    Do not overwater your Philodendron Ring of Fire. When the top inch or two of soil dries out, you’ll need to water it again. Allowing the soil to dry out too much can cause it to shrink and draw inwards away from the planter’s sides, which is a sure symptom of this. 
    If it has been overwatered, you begin to see droopy leaves. Once the watering schedule is fixed, this will correct itself.

    While Philodendron Ring of Fire is tolerant of a wide range of indoor average humidity levels, you’ll notice that when humidity levels are a little higher, the leaves grow larger and healthier. 

  • Light

    Philodendron Ring of Fire plants, like many other philodendrons, prefer strong indirect sunlight; too much direct light can burn the leaves. They can withstand slightly less light than houseplants, but their leaves will be smaller.

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