Description from Etsy
This listing is for our absolutely beautiful highly variegated Pink Princess Philodendrons plants! 🙂
Pink Princess Philodendron (Philodendron erubescens ‘Pink Princess’) is an rare aroid plant known for its pink and green variegated foliage. The species’ natural habitat is the rainforest of Colombia but it has become one of the world’s most popular Philodendron plants, right up there with Split Leaf Philodendron. Prized in the horticultural community for its rare beauty and ease of care, Philodendron erubescens Pink Princess is a trouble-free houseplant with virtually no threat of disease.
Pink Princess Philodendron care is surprisingly simple: allow the soil to dry between waterings, fertilize once a month, give it access to indirect sunlight, and watch it flourish. Philodendron Pink Princess is a shade-loving houseplant that should not be placed in direct sunlight. It can survive under artificial light but the ideal condition is partial shade with access to morning and evening indirect sunlight. If you are not getting as much pink variegation as you would like, move your plant to a shadier spot in your home.
When repotting Philodendron Pink Princess, center the plant in your pot, fill the soil to the top, and firmly tamp down the soil. Give it a good soaking but allow the water to drain completely.
Your plant will be shipped fully rooted in a 4″ nursery pot. (However, we often ship our ‘Large’ option plants in a 5″-6″ nursery pots as well).
We are here to help you with establishing your new plant in your home! 🙂 Should you need any further information, or have any questions about this plant or any others that we have in our shop, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to provide any additional information you may need.
Please message us upon delivery of your plant if it is in less than ideal health. Any package that is delivered to you damaged including the content, PLEASE take photographs of both the box and the plant. PLEASE NOTE: The plant will need time to adjust to your environment. Initial cosmetic issues such as browning tips or leaves yellowing can occur. These are results of stress from transit & the shipping process.