Small Philodendron 'Ring of Fire'
I fell into a burning (Philodendron) 'Ring of Fire'! Meet a plant so legendary that Johnny Cash had to write a song about it. (Kidding, but this plant is still a rockstar on its own.)` The small Philodendron 'Ring of Fire', native to South America, features green zigzag shaped foliage with creamy white/yellowish variegations scattered across its leaves. Even orange and pink variegations can happen depending on how much light it gets!
While its quite a unique beauty, this plant isn't too tough to care for. It requires very similar conditions to most philodendrons, but we recommend keeping the 'Ring of Fire' in the brightest indirect light you can find. The Ring of Fire will need water once half of the soil is dry as it makes a great starter plant since it can easily survive some neglect when it comes to watering! Let the top 1 to 2 inches dry out between waterings and appreciate the beauty it brings to your space. If you're looking to help your Ring of Fire mature and grow, offer them a moss pole or wood board to climb, making sure to keep the pole or board saturated though so aerial roots can attach & actually climb!