Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants for Sale Online
The Philodendron Prince of Orange has unique, glossy multicolored foliage. You will see colors of green, orange, and even some yellow. The leaves change colors over time as your plant matures. These plants can grow upwards of 18 inches tall and is non-climbing, so it's easy to fit into any size room or office. They also love the shade, so you do not have to worry about placing your houseplant near a specific window. Older leaves deadhead on their making room for new growth to come in. If you live in growing zones ten and above, you can use this plant as a perennial. However, this philodendron likes to live in low light and low humidity, making it much more suitable for indoor living conditions.
|Mature Height:||24 to 36 Inches|
|Mature Width:||36 Inches|
|Sunlight:||Fluorescent light to bright, indirect|
|Flower Color:||Does not flower often|
|Foliage:||Green, orange, and yellow|
|Soil Condition:||Well draining, cactus or succulent mix (part sand)|
|Water Requirements:||Likes to go dry|
|Uses:||Does well indoors and in low light conditions|
How to Care for Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants
After you purchase a Philodendron Prince of Orange Plant, be sure to read the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and thriving for years to come!
What is the best light for Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants?
Philodendron Prince of Orange thrives in a location with bright, indirect sunlight. Make sure to place your plant in a location where the sun's rays never touch the foliage. If you notice many leaves on your plant turning yellow, this may mean your plant is receiving too much sunlight. This houseplant does well in shaded areas as well. However, make sure your plant gets some sun because its stems could become leggy if it does not receive enough sunlight each day.
How do I water Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants?
The Philodendron Prince of Orange likes to dry out a little bit in between waterings. It is best to allow the top inch or two of soil to dry out completely before watering. We recommend sticking your finger a couple of inches deep into the potting soil; if it is dry, it is time to water. If your plant has droopy leaves, this could mean it is getting too much or not enough water. Try holding off on watering first instead of possibly overwatering your plant. If you overwater them, it could lead to root rot disease and damage the entire root system.
What is the best soil for Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants?
Philodendrons prefer very well-draining soil and prefer to have dry conditions. Any potting soil that is loose and high in organic material will make your Prince of Orange Plant very happy. You can also try using a soilless mixture such as peat-vermiculite or peat-perlite. As long as you allow your plant's soil to dry out between waterings, the soil will stay perfectly moist just the way your plant likes it. Make sure you are potting the plant in a container with drainage holes. Doing so will help ensure your plant does not retain too much water and damages the roots.
How do I fertilize Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants?
Feed your Philodendron houseplant with a balanced liquid foliage houseplant fertilizer that container macro-nutrients. We recommend watering your plant with fertilizer once a month in the spring and summer. In the fall and wither, fertilize your plant every six to eight weeks. If you notice your plant is growing slowly and its leaves are smaller than usual, this is an indication that your plant is not getting enough fertilizer.