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Philodendron Prince of Orange Philodendron with colorful array of leaves close view of Philodendron Prince of Orange detailed view of Philodendron Prince of Orange beautiful Philodendron Prince of Orange in white pot Philodendron Prince of Orange Plants in matte black pot

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Philodendron Prince of Orange

Philodendron 'Prince of Orange'

Philodendron Prince of Orange plants produce new leaves that are a vivid orange and gradually change to pale green color as they mature. Perfect for any indoor space in need of a pop of color!

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The Philodendron Prince of Orange is the sunset prince of plants. With its unique, glossy multi-colored foliage that changes in color as it ages, this Philodendron has become a popular trend among houseplant collectors.

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.

These easy-care plants are perfect for new plant parents due to their laidback nature. Your Prince of Orange grows best in a bright indirect sunlight within well-draining soil We recommend a potting mix that is on the chunkier side to allow for root aeration. Prince of Orange plants will also quickly adapt to a shady space, so the bright light is not a necessity.

Some additional plant care tips for this popular tropical plant include applying a water-soluble houseplant fertilizer in the growing months of spring and summer. Your plant may go dormant in the colder months, and it is important that you stop fertilizing at that time.

If your Philodendron plant exhibits yellowing of leaves, do not fret. Older leaves tend to die off to make room and give energy for new growth. Some other common causes of yellowing leaves are under and overwatering, which often results in root rot, as well as pests like spider mites feeding off of your plant. If you suspect your plant has a case of pests, we recommend wiping down the foliage with insecticidal soap.

If you live in hardiness zones ten and above, you can grow philodendron outdoors as a perennial. However, this philodendron likes to live in low light and low humidity, making it much more suitable for indoor living conditions than your typical tropical plant.


Hardiness Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 24 to 36 Inches
Mature Width: 36 Inches
Classification: Tropical
Sunlight: Fluorescent light to bright, indirect
Habit: Upright
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
Growzone: 9-11 Philodendron Prince of Orange Hardiness Zone 9-11

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