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Philodendron Pink Princess


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Philodendron Pink Princess have dark green leaves with splashes of pink variegation. These lovely, blush-pink philodendrons love to be treated like the royalty that they are.

For the plant to thrive, grow in a spot with bright indirect light in a pot that has moist, well-draining soil. 

If you adore the pink variegation of this plant, you need to consider the amount of light you give it. The Pink Princess Philodendron requires just the right amount of sunlight to give out bright pink foliage.

Too much light (4-5 hours) will burn the pink leaves of this plant and may give you only olive-green spots. Too little light (1-2 hours) will produce only dark brown leaves.

The perfect balance of bright indirect light will give you a variegated plant filled with pink spots, olive green shading, as well as chocolate brown foliage!

If your plant isn’t producing enough pink, you need to prolong its exposure to light (not too much though, it may cinch the leaves).

As a general rule, only water your plant when the top 1” to 2” has dried out.