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This attractive tropical Monstera Deliciousa, popularly known as Xanadu is a must-have in the collection of plant lovers. Easy to be maintained, sturdy with shiny, leathery “toothed” leaves, Xanadu, like it's name is an exotic ornamental plant that is also a NASA certified air purifier.
Being a tropical plant, Xanadu needs medium to bright indirect light. If placed outdoors, Xanadu can be kept in an area with light shade. If the plant is kept in a very dark location, the stems will elongate a bit too much. However, too much direct sun can cause the foliage to turn a yellowish green color.
In regards to watering, these plants like to dry slightly in between waterings, so always check the soil by sticking your finger about one inch down to make sure you’re not overwatering.
Xanadu appreciates regular fertilization with any homemade fertilizer that contains all the major macro and micro-nutrients for the best results. If a plant is growing very slowly and you are providing enough light, it may need more fertilizer. Xanadu can be easily propagated by stem cuttings, offset or even air layering.
Why are my Xanadu leaves turning brown?
If you're spacing water out too much or watering too lightly, Xanadu leaves will turn brown. When you water, water thoroughly, not stopping until water flows out of the drainage holes. Conversely, too much water can cause brown philodendron leaves as well. Philodendrons like water, but they don't like to sit in it.
Why is Xanadu drooping?
Xanadu is a humidity loving plant and hence it can look droopy and limp due to lack of humidity. It does not do well in cold temperatures.
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