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Birkins are identified by their round, deep green leaves with mildly pointed tips and vivid white pinstripes and variegation. They do not exist in the wild, and came to be because of a rare mutation in the Philodendron Rojo Congo plant. It was then separated and propagated, and to this day most Birkin plants are produced in this way.

Birkins grow best in humidity, damp soil, and indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight may burn and damage the white variegation.



Available in 4" and 6" grower's pots



  • Bright, indirect light.
  • Water weekly.
  • Toxic if ingested. 



We do not ship plants

Available for shop pickup or local delivery during business hours.