Philodendron - Prince of Orange
Philodendron - Prince of Orange

Philodendron - Prince of Orange

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The Philodendron 'Prince of Orange' is an uncommon upright hybrid that was created from the Philodendron Erubescens 'Imperial Red'. Its new foliage is a striking orange shade that eventually transitions to green as it grows. This distinctive characteristic can result in a variety of leaf colors on a single plant, such as yellow-bronze, salmon, and deep orange, before reaching the typical dark green hue. As the plant produces new leaves, more orange tones will appear.

Light: Bright, indirect sunlight is ideal for your Philodendron Prince of Orange. They enjoy a good deal of ambient sun, but do not favor direct light. Consistent bright sun may result in greater variegation, while low light may cause the plant's variegation to revert.

Water: These plants prefer for their soil to stay slightly moist, but never soggy. Plant in a well-draining potting mix and allow the soil to dry at least halfway down in the pot between waterings to avoid over-saturation.

Humidity: Moderate humidity is best for Philodendron growth. We suggest adding a humidifier to your plant care routine if the air in your space is dry.

Poisonous to pets if ingested.

Photographs are representative of the species and not always the specific plant shipped. Normal variations in size, pruning and leaf structure may occur.

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