Philodendron 'Prince of Orange' is a hybrid variety of common house plants called Philodendrons. This low growing, shrub-like tropical plant has light-green foliage with the new leaves opening up in a bright orange color.
Philodendron "Prince of Orange" (Philodendron x "Prince of Orange") is a philodendron hybrid that grows up to 2 feet tall. Unlike most philodendrons that put out long trailing vines this philodendron self heads and grows more vertically than other members of the family. It is self-heading with the large leaves growing from a center base. As the leaves grow and mature they will change through a variety of beautiful orange and copper tones. The older leaves fall off, making way for new growth. "Prince of Orange" leaves start out a bright coppery orange color, changing to light green as they age. Philodendron "Prince of Orange" can be toxic if ingested. Keep the plant out of reach of pets or children who may eat the leaves.