How Do I Prune a Philodendron?

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To prune a Philodendron, first remove all dead leaves and branches, and then cut away any discolored leaves. Remove any bare stems that no longer have leaves. Then you can begin to cut the stems to create the desired shape.
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1. Prune out individual leaves that have died or become discolored or diseased. Sever the leaf at the base of the stem down to the crown of the plant just above the soil line. 2.
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Doug, Yes, that one can be successfully pruned. Cut it back to the lowest leaf on each vine and it should force it to send out sprouts down lower. At that time you can cut even lower
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It's not a woody plant. You can cut off whatever is offending you. Wherever you like.
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Split-leaf philodendron (Monstera deliciosa) is an easy-growing tropical perennial often grown in a container as a houseplant or planted in a shady spot as an ornamental. If left
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How to Prune a Philodendron
Pruning a philodendron is actually a great way to encourage new growth. Prune a philodendron with help from a longtime gardening professional in this free video clip.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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