Kat asked in Home & GardenGarden & Landscape · 2 months ago

Large Philodendron Help?

I got a large Philodendron Mamei in the mail last week with two snapped stems. I've tried splinting it and giving it optimal indirect sunlight and humidity and the plant is dying (assuming it isn't getting any water or nutrients through the damaged stem).

I'd like to save the last leaf that isn't snapped but I'm not sure where to cut this. Do I cut the plant where the stem is snapped or do I cut closer to the base of the plant?

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Cut the stem where it's already broken and put it in water to sprout roots.

    Philodendrons are literally the easiest, most forgiving plants to grow.  

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