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If you're planning to grow Philodendron Brasil in a terrarium, here are some care tips to consider:

Terrarium Type:

  • Choose an open or closed terrarium that provides bright, indirect light. Avoid placing the terrarium in direct sunlight, as it can create excessive heat and humidity, which may cause the plant to wilt or develop mold.


  • Use a well-draining substrate specifically designed for terrariums, such as a mixture of orchid bark, sphagnum moss, and perlite. This will help maintain proper moisture levels and prevent water from sitting at the bottom of the terrarium.


  • Monitor the moisture levels in the terrarium and water the Philodendron Brasil accordingly. Avoid overwatering, as excess moisture can lead to root rot. Water when the top inch of the substrate feels slightly dry to the touch. It's important to strike a balance between maintaining adequate moisture for the plant and preventing waterlogging in the closed terrarium.


  • Terrariums naturally provide a humid environment. However, if you notice condensation building up inside a closed terrarium, it may indicate excessive humidity. You can open the terrarium for a short period of time to allow excess moisture to escape and balance the humidity levels.

Size and Growth:

  • Consider the eventual size of the Philodendron Brasil when choosing a terrarium. Philodendron Brasil is a trailing vine and can grow quite large over time. Make sure the terrarium has enough space for the plant to grow and trail without becoming overcrowded.


  • Regularly trim back the Philodendron Brasil to prevent it from outgrowing the terrarium and to maintain a compact shape. You can trim the vines to control their length and promote bushier growth.

Air Circulation:

  • Proper air circulation is important for terrariums to prevent stagnant air and promote healthy plant growth. If you're using a closed terrarium, make sure to open it periodically to allow fresh air to circulate.

Monitor for Pests:

  • Due to the enclosed environment of a terrarium, pests can quickly become a problem. Regularly inspect your Philodendron Brasil for any signs of pests, such as mealybugs, mites, or scale. If you notice any infestation, treat it promptly with appropriate methods, such as neem oil or insecticidal soap.

By following these care tips, you can enjoy a thriving Philodendron Brasil in your terrarium, creating a beautiful and lush mini-ecosystem indoors.

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