The Rojo Congo prefers bright, indirect light. However, it will still do well in low-lighting situations.
Keep you plant away from direct sunlight. The leaves may get burned and turn brown.
Rotate every watering to encourage even growth.
Like most Philodendrons, the Rojo Cogo is very low-maintenance. Over-watering will suffocate the roots, but you also don’t want to let the soil get bone dry either. It is best to test the soil regularly. Use a water meter, or push your finger about an inch down before watering. If the soil is damp, hold off on watering. If the soil is dry, water until it runs out the bottom of the pot. Discard the excess water, and replace the plant to its spot.
Philodendrons are slow growers, so don’t require much additional food. Fertilize them 1-2 times a month year-round using an indoor plant food.