How to water your Philodendron Brasil. Water about once a week and allow the topsoil to dry out between waterings. Avoid overwatering, and note that your watering schedule may be less frequent during winter months
Once or twice a year might do it for your plant. Whatever you use, don't fertilize houseplants in late fall or winter because that's their time for rest. Don't over-fertilize (use too much or do it too often) your plant because salts build up and can burn the roots of the plan
What type of light does the Philodendron Brasil need? While it can survive in low light conditions your Brasil will show its variegation best in medium to bright indirect light. Be careful not to give them too much sun though, placing them in direct sunlight can cause leaf burn
Another friendly characteristic of Philodendron Brasil care is that it thrives at room temperatures. It actually has a larger comfort range than we do and is happy at temperatures from 60F (15ºC) to 86ºF (30ºC) or even higher.
Philodendron Brasil doesn't generally need frequent repotting. It seems to produce larger leaves more quickly when a little snug in its pot. Here are times when repotting is a good idea: Every two years is a typical interval for potting up one container size.