This philodendron hybrid gets its name from its vibrant orange-hued leaves. Interestingly, this plant develops new foliage from its centre rather than its stems or vines. The "Prince of Orange" is well-recognized for its attractive foliage. It's common to observe a variety of colours at once on the "Prince of Orange." Its emerging leaves are a light yellow/green before it develops into that brilliant orange. The stalks are red/orangey hues. As the leaves mature, they morph into a light green.
- Does best in bright indirect light
- Appreciate humidity, but it's not a requirement
- Water when the first 1/3 of soil is dry