Philodendron Prince of Orange

The Philodendron Prince of Orange gets its name from its uniquely colored leaves. The new leaves start out a bright yellow, then transition to an autumn orange, and finally a dark green. This is a self-heading plant, so the leaves grow outward from the center base of the plant. This is different than other Philodendron varieties which are considered vining plants. This is the perfect plant for a bright living room or kitchen, where it can soak up some indirect rays throughout the day. Your plant will arrive in a 4" pot.

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How to take care of your Philodendron Prince of Orange


The philodendron prince of orange requires regular watering. Water thoroughly when the top 1-2 inches of soil is dry. Use loose, well-draining potting soil and make sure you have proper drainage.


The philodendron prince of orange will do best in bright, indirect sunlight. Place near a window but avoid direct sunlight.


Between 60-80 degrees F


This plant is toxic to pets and humans if consumed

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