Master Suite and Bath modern-bedroom

Master Suite and Bath


This photo has one question

ladycheetah wrote:
love the pot - love the round plant pot where is it from ?
   Comment   September 25, 2013
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
It was a gift.
September 25, 2013 at 10:11AM   
Sign Up to comment

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sara Rivka Dahan added this to Conjure a Jungle in a Pot
How to care for your philodendron:Temperature: Average to warm, about 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (16 to 27 degrees Celsius). Split-leaf philodendron thrives at temperatures above 80 degrees and will very likely not grow at temperatures lower than 65 degrees; Lacy Tree is hardier and more tolerant of lower temperatures.Light: Moderate to bright light. No direct sun, which can cause brown scorch marks on the leaves. Choose an area with bright indirect or filtered sunlight, such as a south-facing window or a room with light-colored walls that reflect light. Keep plants 2 to 5 feet away from windows to avoid direct light, which causes leaf burn, as well as cooler temperatures or drafts in the winter. Yellowing of the lower leaves may be a sign that your plant needs more light.Water: Moderate. Water once every seven to 10 days; keep the soil moist from spring through fall and allow its surface to dry out between waterings in winter. Overwatering can cause yellow leaves.Soil: Use a peat moss–based potting mix or premium potting soil with one-fourth added perlite for good drainage.Feeding: Feed monthly spring through fall with a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted by half; cut the feeding schedule by half during the winter months or stop feeding entirely if your plant is living below 68 degrees Fahrenheit. If new growth lacks the characteristic perforation, the plant may need more frequent fertilization; burnt foliage tips suggest overfertilizing. Humidity: Philodendrons are tolerant of dry air but like humidity. Mist the foliage occasionally. Lacy Tree has thinner leaves than most species in the genus and therefore needs more humidity. Mist regularly if the air is very dry or consider using a room humidifier near the plants in the winter.Origin: The split-leaf is native to tropical rain forests from southern Mexico to Colombia. It has been introduced to many tropical areas and has become a mildly invasive species in Hawaii. Lacy Tree is native to the rain forests of Paraguay and southeastern Brazil. Repotting tips: Repot every two years, or sooner if the plant becomes root bound and has outgrown its pot. Choose a new pot that is 1 inch larger in diameter than the current pot and has drainage holes in the bottom. Mix equal parts peat moss, perlite and potting soil, and fill the container one-quarter full with the mixture. Remove the plant from the old pot and center the plant's root ball in the new pot. Fill the area around the perimeter with the extra soil mix and tamp it down firmly around the roots. Water immediately after replanting.More guides: Find the right houseplant for you

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sergiohf added this to sergiohf's ideas
September 3, 2014
porte balcon et garde corps
trinhanh added this to Plants
April 19, 2014
levi kerr added this to Final
March 23, 2014
living doors
terrirosin added this to current plans
March 22, 2014
jenjames1013 added this to Living areas
March 4, 2014
alanacrozon added this to dining room
January 22, 2014
Patio doors
creed86 added this to shipping container home designs
January 4, 2014
bacony for bedroom
Ephraim Luft added this to ephraim_luft's Ideas
November 25, 2013
Potted plant in bedroom
claramagel added this to claramagel's Favorites
November 11, 2013
Karen Finnerty added this to Lucy's
October 28, 2013
The doors
norhayasarpon added this to norhayasarpon's ideas
October 7, 2013
Split-leaf philodendron in big pots!Gorgeous!!
luolan added this to luolan's ideas
October 6, 2013
Lacy Tree philodendron
Alyce Wittenstein added this to Ph5 redux
October 5, 2013
Great planter
millaaba added this to millaaba's Ideas
October 4, 2013
Pot dan tanaman
momizbest added this to plant and flower samples
October 2, 2013
Lacy tree philodendron
ecpetit added this to ecpetit's Ideas
September 29, 2013
Plant potter
atomatom added this to 仕事用
September 29, 2013
blueyes1125 added this to Bedroom Ideas
September 28, 2013
Lacy Tree Philodendron for Bedroom corner
mjb1965 added this to mjb1965's ideas
September 27, 2013
love the planter
acflood added this to 215 SS Gardening
September 26, 2013
HOw to care for your philodendron indoor plants
cpbmeriam added this to cpbmeriam's ideas
September 26, 2013
split-leaf philodendrum
sgamko added this to decor
September 26, 2013
jotasegovia added this to Bedroom Ideas
September 25, 2013
Ventanal lateral del cuarto principal
leacouz added this to Living Room Ideas
September 25, 2013
merri added this to merri's ideas
September 25, 2013
good advice
nmoosun added this to nmoosun's ideas
September 25, 2013
pot for living room
hcdrossetti added this to Landscaping
September 25, 2013
putt added this to putt's ideas
September 25, 2013
cool pot
resa1213 added this to Patio Ideas
September 25, 2013
philodendron likes high temps
fathemeh added this to fathemeh's ideas
September 25, 2013
rbthat added this to rbthat's ideas
September 25, 2013
house plants
johanck added this to johanck's ideas
September 24, 2013
arec added this to arec's Ideas
September 23, 2013
Round white planter
mashalis added this to mashalis's ideas
May 10, 2013
Pot plant
lahummingbird added this to lahummingbird's ideas
May 6, 2013
Split leaf philodendron
robguerrero added this to option 2
April 10, 2013
Modern and clean lines
eddymedinilla added this to eddymedinilla's Ideas
April 5, 2013
livzhou added this to Interiors
December 8, 2012
nilasejpal added this to nilasejpal's Ideas
October 31, 2012
sousoona added this to sousoona's Ideas
September 1, 2012
Plant bowl
lucysmith3 added this to lucysmith3's Favorites
August 13, 2012
Door to deck
oceanview49 added this to oceanview49's Favorites
March 27, 2012
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™