Philodendron 'Prince of orange' is an unusually variegated, self-heading Philodendron hybrid with deep red petioles and leaf margins. Leaf blades are elongate ovate-triangular sagittate, and when juvenile they emerge bright orange to then transition to light green when mature.
From the Modern Latin genus name Philodendron (Schott, 1830), from Greek philodendron, neuter of philodendros "loving trees," from philo- "loving" (see philo-) + dendron "tree" (from PIE *der-drew-, from root *deru- "to be firm, solid, steadfast," also forming words for "wood, tree"). The plant so called because it clings to trees.
Philodendron 'Prince of Orange'
Name: Philodendron 'Prince of orange'
Type: herbaceous evergreen
Native Range: hybrid/ cultivar
Sun: Part shade
Tolerate: Semi Shade
Taxon identifiers: none recorded (hybrid/ cultivar)
Synonyms: none recorded