Philodendron Pink Princess
Philodendron 'Pink Princess' is actually not a rarity at all, as this plant has been known (but not very common) since the 1970s. However, the origin of Philodendron 'Pink Princess' is unknown. It is possible that the plant is a spontaneous mutation of Philodendron erubescens (native to Colombia). It is a climbing aroid plant with dark burgundy leaves and light pink variegated patches (the variegation has proved to be unstable).
From own propagation; grown from small seedling plant; already very well established; potted in self-mixed, permeable organic substrate; repotting not desired before 2023; grown without fertiliser (100% organic quality before quantity!); with time it will become even more vigorous (you can then cut it back if necessary); for a light/half shade location, but should be protected from full sun; needs high humidity; regular rinsing or spraying of the leaves does the plant a lot of good, enjoy your new Philodendron "Pink Princess".