Philodendron Birkin is a unique, rare and low maintenance indoor plant. Light yellow stripes are distributed on dark green leaves, and each leaf has a unique pattern. The lemon green stalk is strong and dense, which makes Philodendron Birkin unique and gorgeous.
What Is Philodendron Birkin Origin
Philodendron Birkin is from central and South America. Philodendron
Birkin is a variant, Its native variety is Philodendron Rojo Congo (it is the parent of Philodendron Birkin), that is, a leaf of Philodendron Rojo Congo has rare mutation, and many golden yellow stripes appear on the leaves. Several other plants isolated and bred from this leaf and its mother plant also completely retain slender white stripes.
Now the potted Philodendron Birkin
we can buy on the market is propagated by tissue culture. Therefore, when we are maintaining Philodendron Birkin, some leaves suddenly grow into the shape of Philodendron Rojo Congo (emerald green leaves), and even the thin stripes on the leaves will have a rare atavism.
Are Philodendron Birkins rare?
Philodendron Birkin is a rare variant of Philodendron Rojo Congo.
Philodendron Birkin has some interesting features: the leaves of Philodendron Birkin
will gradually grow into an oval shape. The top is slightly pointed, about 20 cm long.
Philodendron Birkin's leaf color is unstable. With plant growth, one or several leaves may be pure green, and some may look like its parent plant Philodendron Rojo Congo. At present, it is known that it will turn into almost all white leaves or leaves with a little pink.Read More: