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White princess

Philodendron Erubescens White Princess is a terrific, rare species from tropical rain forests in South America. It’s a self-heading aroid with green pointy leaves and white variegated blotches. Provide good light for maximum variegation, but no direct sunlight.

White princess

Philodendron Erubescens White Princess is a terrific, rare species from tropical rain forests in South America. It’s a self-heading aroid with green pointy leaves and white variegated blotches. Provide good light for maximum variegation, but no direct sunlight

What is the Philodendron White Princess? 

The White Princess is a Philodendron variety with dazzling green and white foliage. Take this gorgeous plant indoors – it thrives best under bright indirect sunlight. Its low-maintenance nature makes it perfect for first-time plant parents. Just place your Philodendron White Princess in a humid environment to ensure that it stays plump and thriving. You may also want to keep little humans and fur-friends away from it. A White Princess may look harmless, but she has a few tricks up her sleeve: this Philodendron is toxic when ingested.

 

 

How to identify a Philodendron White Princess

Many Philodendron plants may strike you as one and the same at first glance. But take a closer look and you’ll see that there are differences. So what makes a White Princess, well, a White Princess?

Let’s start with how she looks. There’s no mistaking the white variegation on a White Princess’ leaves. The shape of her foliage is long and elegant, and her stems are green and fresh-looking. A White Princess has underground and aerial roots, both of which enable her to get nutrients from her environment. Care for your White Princess well and this statuesque beauty can reach a height of 1m.

 

 

What is the difference between a Philodendron White Princess and other Philodendron varieties?

Other Philodendron varieties bear a distinct resemblance to the White Princess, but there can only be one true royal. To know if yours is the real deal, there are things you can check: leaf variegation, stem colour and leaf size.

While all plants from the Philodendron genus belong to the Araceae family, the White Princess is one of the cultivars with striking white variegation on its leaves. The other varieties with white marks are the Philodendron White Knight and White Wizard.