Origin/History: Another theory suggests it's a hybrid of 'Rojo Congo' and 'Green-Leaf Philodendron', which originated in Thailand.
Water: The Philodendron Birkin is a thirsty plant and likes to be watered as soon as the soil is dry.
Soil: The best soil for a Philodendron Birkin is soil that drains excess water quickly, but retains moisture for a week.
Light: It doesn't want to be in a low-light place, but also not in direct sunlight.
Temperature: Water once the top inch of soil dries out, maintain temperatures of 60-85°F(16-30°C), avoid drafts, and fertilize lightly every 2-4 weeks during spring and summer.
Pet Friendly: Philodendron is toxic for pets and humans. So make sure to keep this plant away from your cats, dogs, and small children.
Setting: The Philodendron Birkin is a tropical plant and loves humidity.