Light: Philodendron Brikin will thrive in medium to bright indirect sunlight. The variegation on its leaves will be more pronounced with more light, however do not place in full bright sunlight.
Temperature : Temperatures above 55 degrees. Keep them away from drafts and open doors, especially during the winter.
Watering: Water your Philodendron when the top 50% of soil is dry. Water regularly but allow the soil to partly dry out before watering again. The roots do not like to be left wet so ensure that your pot has good drainage. Avoid getting leaves wet when watering.
Humidity: Average home humidity. Higher humidity will encourage larger leaves.
Toxicity : Toxic to pets
Wilting plant or curling leaves, dry soil: suggested plant is under-watered.
Yellowing leaves or black stems: indicates plant is over-watered.
The Philodendron Birkin needs clean leaves to photosynthesis in order to feed itself. Regularly wipe your plants leaves with a damp soft cloth or give it a full shower every now and again to remove any dust that has accumulated.