It’s all in the detail for this beauty. This popular, and sometimes hard to find Philodendron is best known for its stunning white pinstripes that contrast with the dark leaves. It differs from other Philodendron generally available because of its upright growth rather then the trailing vine look of many Philodendrons.
Light: Bright indirect light will keep your Birkin the happiest. These plants can be lower light tolerant but may result in less variegation on the leaves.
Water: Philodendron like the soil to almost dry between watering. Try to avoid soil from completely drying, this plant will let you know when it is thirsty by getting wilted leaves, after a good deep watering you will see it perk up quickly again.
Humidity: Although adding humidity to your space is not necessary for a Philodendron, they would sure be happier if you did.
NOTE: Philodendron Birkin is toxic and should be kept away from children and pets.