• They crave medium to bright indirect light, as direct sunlight can cause damage to its striking leaves. • Too much light can wash out the beautiful white or yellow pinstripes, while too little light might prevent the stripes from developing.
• The Philodendron Birkin is thought to be either a mutation of the Philodendron “Rojo Congo” or the “Green Leaf Philodendron,” which originated in Thailand. • This cultivar frequently mutates, resulting in deep red and pinstriped foliage.
Where did the Philodendron Birkin come from? What plant is it a hybrid of?
• In wrapping up our discussion on how big Birkin plants get, it’s clear that this unique plant adds value to any space with its striking appearance and manageable growth pattern. • There’s no denying the charm of the Philodendron Birkin.