Q.This An Add To Earlier Philodendron Question: Hopefully The Photos Will Come Through?
First photo, of seemingly happy philodendron, no stem but good air roots (although plant is supported by a stick, at least for now), Second photo, the missing bottom of the stem (and the stem seems pretty dead for maybe 10-12 inches up)…
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I do see the photos, now. This looks to be healthy. I would not change anything, since it looks to have corrected the issue that it had faced at one time.
Feeding it will not be a bad idea, either.
When it does start showing signs of distress, then repotting it can help. This article will help you to do so: