Light: Medium to Bright Indirect. If you want your Birkin to produce more white, keep it towards the bright indirect spectrum. The more work your plant has to do to photosynthesize, the more green it becomes. More light means it has to work less and will produce those show-stopping white leaves.
Water: Like many other Philodendron, the Birkin loves humidity. It wants a well-draining, chunky soil and prefers not to be bone dry, but retain a bit of moisture.
Fertilize: Bi-Monthly March through October. We recommend Joyful Dirt and use it at the shop as well as on our plants at home.
Toxicity: Toxic to cats and dogs