December 30th, 2006
Philodendron x ‘Xanadu’
Philodendron Xanadu was discovered as a chance seedling by a Western Australian nursery in 1983. This compact selection has proven to be a great addition to any tropical garden. With good light, Xanadu stays very compact. It is easy to grow with only a minimum amount of care. It does not mind moist soil, but drainage is essential. It is very spectacular used as a foreground planting under Japanese Maples, dogwoods or tree ferns. It makes a great container or houseplant anywhere. Philodendron Xanadu is a plant that has a place in every garden or home.