Facts and details about the Philodendron Pink Princess to take good care of it.
Specifications, tips and information
General information about The Philodendron Pink Princess
The Philodendron Pink Princess owes its name to the pink tones. This houseplant has different colored leaves, from dark green to pink. With proper care, a leaf can even turn completely pink.
Care and tips for the The Philodendron Pink Princess
The amount of light is most important in the care of the Pink Princess. The plant may have a light location, but no direct sunlight. The older the Pink Princess gets, the more likely it is that new leaves will turn pink.
Watering this exclusive plant
The Pink Princess likes moist soil, but it should not remain wet for too long. Too much water can cause leaves to turn brown, droop and root rot can occur. It is best to feel the soil when the plant needs water. If the soil is very dry after two days, you can water it a little more the next time. If the soil is still very wet after 2 days, you can water a little less.
The Philodendron Pink Princess and light requirement
The Pink Princess can be placed in a light spot, without direct sunlight. When the leaves turn yellow and droop, this is a sign of too much sunlight.
Is this plant toxic?
The Pink Princess is non-toxic to the touch. Ingestion of this plant can cause a swollen throat and stomach cramps, so be careful with pets and small children.
Buying a Pink Princess
All the Pink Princess species we sell come fresh from the grower. We pack them with care in specially made boxes. This way the plant is well and safely packed, to be delivered at your home. Order your unique Pink Princess houseplant quickly and easily at Botanic Bubble.