The Pink Princess is considered a rare hard to find tropical plant and is famous for its variegated leaves.
Philodendrons do best in loose, or high porous, well-drained soil that is high in organic matter.
A common cause of the Pink Princess losing its variegated leaves is under-watering the plant. Although this plant is pretty though and can tolerate being under-watered up to a point, under-watering your Pink Princess can cause the plant’s leaves to turn dark-green and lose it’s famous pink colouring. A good tip to ensure your plant is properly watered is to allow for the top level of soil (about 2 to 3 centimeters from the top) to dry out before you water it again.
The Pink Princess needs a delicate balance of indirect sunlight to maintain those beautiful blotches of light link. Set the Philodendron in a location with bright, yet indirect sunlight.
Use rich fertiliser containing micro-nutrients such as calcium and magnesium which will help your Pink Princess stay healthy throughout the year. Grow N Glow fertiliser is recommended for the same.