Pink Princess is a hybrid of another philodendron called philodendron erubescens, which is native to Columbia.

To keep your Pink Princess pink, it needs bright indirect sunlight.

Plant your PPP baby in chunky, well draining soil.

More humidity will help encourage healthy new growth. I have also found that extra humidity can help prevent browning on the variegated spots.

Wait to water your PPP baby until the top few inches of soil have dried out.

Propagate your Pink Princess using stem cuttings. Propagating in moss is the best way.

It is even possible to get stems with no foliage to produce new growth.

Be patient while waiting for new roots, it can take months!

PPP is a high maintenance plant for sure, but can be a lovely addition to your plant family!

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