Philodendron 'Prince of Orange'


Botanical Name: Philodendron Selloum 'Prince of Orange'

Common Name: Prince of Orange Philodendron

Plant Origin: Hybrid, Exact Origin Unknown

Description of the Foliage: The Prince of Orange Philodendron is a captivating tropical plant known for its vibrant foliage. Its heart-shaped leaves start as a vivid coppery-orange color, which gradually transitions to deep green as they mature. This color-changing feature adds a dynamic and eye-catching element to its overall appearance, making it a stunning addition to any indoor space.

Why Choose This Product for Your Home or Office:

  • Colorful Foliage: The Prince of Orange Philodendron's unique feature of transitioning leaf colors from orange to green adds an exciting and decorative element to your surroundings.

  • Tropical Elegance: This plant brings a touch of the tropics to your space with its exotic and vibrant appearance. It's an excellent choice for those looking to infuse warmth and vitality into their decor.

  • Low Maintenance: Despite its striking appearance, the Prince of Orange Philodendron is easy to care for, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced plant enthusiasts.

Plant Care Guide:

  1. Light Requirements: Place your Prince of Orange Philodendron in bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some lower light conditions but will display the best coloration and growth in moderate to bright, indirect sunlight. Aim for approximately 200-300 foot candles of light for optimal vibrancy.

  2. Watering: Allow the top 1-2 inches of the soil to dry out before watering. Water thoroughly but ensure proper drainage to prevent root rot. Reduce watering during the plant's dormant winter period.

  3. Temperature and Humidity: Maintain a temperature range between 65-75°F (18-24°C). This philodendron appreciates average indoor humidity levels, but occasional misting can benefit it, especially in drier indoor environments.

  4. Soil and Fertilization: Use a well-draining potting mix with organic matter. Fertilize during the growing season (spring and summer) with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks to promote vibrant foliage.

  5. Pruning and Maintenance: Prune away any yellowing or damaged leaves to encourage healthy growth. This plant naturally forms a bushy habit, but you can train it to climb or trail along a support for added visual interest.

  6. Toxicity: Keep in mind that the Prince of Orange Philodendron is toxic if ingested, so place it out of reach of children and pets.

  7. Pests: While relatively resistant to pests, occasional spider mites or mealybugs may appear. If needed, our Damn Bug! Organic Bug Spray is a safe and effective solution, available here.

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