A Philodendron Xanadu needs more light than other philodendron plants to maintain its compact appearance. It grows best in medium, indirect light. Too much bright light causes the leaves to become pale and bleached looking. Water a Xanadu thoroughly until the water drains out the drip holes in the bottom of the pot, and then allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering again. Leaves turn yellow if the soil stays too wet. A Xanadu grows more slowly in the winter and requires less water. Best Temperatures 65-80F. Philodendrons like high humidity. Use a potting soil high in organic matter that drains quickly. These plants like to be repotted as soon as their roots start to fill the existing pot.
Toxic to pets.