Philodendrons themselves are relatively easy-to-maintain indoor plants. The Pink princess is a rare variety with gorgeous splashes of pink on their leaves. Each plant is different with different levels of variegation on their leaves. Each one has the ability to develop more pink as the plant matures. This young plant is healthy and new leaves coming in. *Decorative pot not included.
- 3.5" Pot
- 4" Pot
Provide the plant with lots of bright light to maintain the pink variegation. They with develop more pink as it matures. The pink variegation is in the plants DNA and only the plant knows when it will happen. Provide at least 65% humidity for pink leaves to unfurl smoothly.
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About the plant and variegation: You can identify a pink princess by its dark pink stems. "Most plants leaves are green and are expressing some pink until they are quite mature. There is no reason why the plants won’t produce pink leaves at some point, but no guarantee and only the plants DNA knows when. Some plants produce flecks of pink early on or begin to as they mature." Your plant could have some pink and then revert back to green until it matures more, providing it with optimal care the mature leaves will have splashes of pink or half pink. Your plant could have 'not enough pink’ but suddenly bloom into the regal Princess she was born to be. The pink princess can grow distorted leaves due to lack of humidity when the new leaf is unfurling.