Philodendron Pink Princess
Bright, indirect light. Lower light levels will result in a leggy plant with reduced variegation. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves.
Water weekly, allow top inch of soil to dry between thorough waterings. Ensure your plant never sits in a pool of water and has proper drainage.
Philodendron Pink Princess plants enjoy a humid environment, but can withstand average humidity levels. We encourage misting, clustering your plants or using a pebble tray to help raise humidity.
Thrives in temperatures ranging from 12-26ºC. Avoid abrupt temperature changes and cold drafts.
Feed with general houseplant fertiliser monthly during the growing season (spring to summer).
The Philodendron Pink Princess is toxic to both people and animals - keep away from small children and pets.
Additional care information
This is a climbing plant, we would advise to insert a moss pole or trellis into the nursery pot of your Philodendron Pink Princess to support its growth over time.
Limp, yellowing bottom leaves: overwatering. Curling, falling leaves: under-watering. No pink leaves: Needs more indirect light.