This beautiful plant does not have two, three, or even four colors; it is a rare combination of five colors, all occurring at different parts during various seasons throughout the year.
The wonderful Philodendron Ring of Fire is a slow grower; however, it is certainly worth the wait once it matures. It enjoys rich organic soils like aroid potting mixes and prefers average humidity, ranging from 30% to 60%. It prefers partially-shaded areas and likes to be fed tri-annually. A good trick to keep this beauty healthy is to keep it away from mucky, wet soils.
The tropical beauty is believed to be a hybrid between the Philodendron Wendlandii and Philodendron Tortum.