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Please note this plant is non tissue culture. It has been propagated from the stock of the original 1970s Pink Princess and has been sourced from a reputable grower. you will receive the plant in the pictures provided sent bare-rooted.

The plant is a man-made hybrid, developed in the 1970s by breeding two different philodendron species. The pink splotches, called variegation, come from a genetic mutation.

This plant is one of the most stunning and beautiful houseplants to grow. It stuns onlookers with its exotic look and pink variegation.

Care Specks:

Bright to medium light, recommended placement is within a metre of a window

Allow it to mostly dry between waterings but not entirely

Give them well draining soil - adding about 20% to 30% perlite into your standard premium potting mix will do the trick.

The best temperature range for these plants is between 20°C -35°C like other house plants


Growing in a climbing or vine-like structure, this plant grow exceptionally well when given a support structure to grow against - moss poles or a simple stake a perfect!


These plants easy to propagate - simply cut just below a node and pop into some water until roots form or pop straight into damp soil and continue to keep moist until roots form.


These plants like many others love humidity and will thrive very well with good levels, however will cope well regular spritzing to create own humidity. 

If digested philodendrons can be mildly poisonous and irritating to pets and people.

(You will receive a bare rooted plant similar to the one seen in the images.)

Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour or shape.

1970s Philodendron ‘Pink Princess’ (Non TC) NEW
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