Top Grade Philodendron Pink Princess at nursery prices and bargains for seconds.
Please review photos for a size guide and variegation guide - we pick out the nicest and most promising big specimens each time for Top Grade plants.
Second Grade: Lucky dip selection of the healthy but imperfect, lower variegated, small and imperfect for Seconds. There are no returns or swaps for Second Grade plants so please only purchase these if you’re happy to have an imperfect plant for a bargain.
Philodendron Pink Princess have amazing intense patterns of pink which vary between specimens and across time with each new leaf. With proper care, Philodendron Pink Princess can become more patterned as well as less and back to highly splashed with pink again. For best results, bigger leaves and happier Pink Princess plants - grow these UP a support pole and allow them to secure their aerial roots to it just like nature. Provide a warm, humid position with bright filtered light and keep only a light level of soil moisture without drying out completely.
Ideal for Intermediate-experienced plant keepers or beyond.
Light Requirements: Bright Indirect Light is ideal.
Moisture & Soil Requirements: Prefers evenly moist soil with good drainage in warm seasons and can be kept drier in winter.
Grows well in bark or sphagnum. Can handle short dry spells but best with constant access to moisture.
Growth & Nutrients: Slow growing vining cultivar. Suits apartments or homes of any size. Pink variegation occurs throughout leaves if given sufficient light, usually increasing with age and proper care. Feed with a general-purpose fertiliser for containers from the start of spring each year to autumn when growth slows down.
Temperature, Humidity & Ambient requirements: Prefers warm, humid environments inside.
Toxicity: Toxic to pets and people. Don't chomp down on this ever.
Plant Size Guide
The plant in the photos is an example and an approximate guide only however we try to show an average sized example. Sizes, flowering state and colours change throughout the seasons and variation will occur. In summer & autumn, plants are often larger or the same size as than the example picture but around winter and spring, they can be a little smaller but still at a size similar to the example. We aim to update the pictures to reflect significant differences.
Plant Heights - because the plant's foliage must fit inside our Plant Cartons, the actual height of a plant's central trunk (meristem) will be shorter than the box it fits in.
Small Plants - 14cm wide nursery pot - 1 Litre volume - Plants fit in a 50cm tall box.
Medium Plants - 17cm wide pots either 2L hanging pot or 2.5L nursery pot - Plants fit in a 75cm tall box.
Large Plants - 25cm wide pot, 10L volume. Plants fit in a 100cm tall box.
XL Plants - Plants over 100cm tall in pot sizes specified, 25cm/10L or greater and are hand delivered within Auckland/Northland only.
Plant courier orders are processed Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
North Island orders are targeted overnight delivery, South Island orders are sent on a 2-day target but these are not a guaranteed delivery timeframe.
Add 1 extra day after a public holiday as well as for rural addresses or remote towns.
Monday - We send orders placed on previous Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
Tuesday - We send Weekend orders from previous Saturday & Sunday.
Wednesday - We send orders placed from Monday & Tuesday.
XL Plants are delivered only within urban Auckland & Whangarei and this service is for non-urgent orders. This excludes satellite destinations such as Beachlands, Pukekohe, Piha, Helensville etc and Whangarei Heads. We may deliver at any time Sunday, Monday, Wednesday or Thursday in Auckland and you need to have a sheltered accessible position for us to deliver to.
Plants in Transit
Each Small, Medium & Large plant is individually contained within its own protective cardboard Plant Carton which may be joined to other cartons in your order.
Plants typically take just a day or two to arrive, however they are usually fine in their cartons for 1-2 weeks, and many can go longer, so a few extra days are not usually cause for concern.
Whether it takes 1 or 7 days, let your plant recover from its journey by placing in gentle light and adding a little water and it will be back to its best within a couple of days. Let us know if there are any major issues via the contact page.