Philodendron Pink Princess

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Philodendron 'Pink Princess' is not actually a rarity, as this plant has been known since the 1970s (but is not very common). 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-red leaves and light pink variegated spots (the variegation has proved to be unstable).

From own propagation; grown from a small seedling plant; already very well established; potted in self-mixed, permeable organic substrate; repotting only desired in 1-2 years; grown without fertiliser (100% organic quality over quantity! ); no spray/glossing agent for the leaves; it will become even stronger with time (it can then be cut back if necessary); for a light/semi-shady location, but should be protected from full sun; requires high humidity; regular spraying or spraying of the leaves is very good for the plant, enjoy your new Philodendron "Pink Princess".

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