PHILODENDRON BURLE MARX
The Philodendron Burle Marx plant is named after Roberto Burle Marx. Burle Marx was the first architect to use native plants in modern landscape designs. It is a low growing shrub. The leaves are heart-shaped but narrow.
Like most other Philodendrons. They need well-draining soil and bright indirect light. And their soil should always be moist but never drenched.
This plant is relatively durable and it can thrive in many different conditions but it is more suited to bright light but not direct sun. It can, however, cope with low light.
Through Spring and Summer the soil should be kept moist but during winter the soil should be allowed to dry out between waterings.