The philodendron white princess tricolor is a philodendron white princess with some pink variegation on it too, it is also sometimes known as a “philodendron white princess pink splash”.
See also: our Philodendron White Princess for a full guide to this plant, as well as Philodendron Pink Princess Propagation, Reverted Philodendron Pink Princess, Philodendron White Princess Propagation. Also see our Philodendron Propagation section and our general guide How To Propagate Philodendron.
Here’s a couple of pictures of mine that have put out pink variegation. These both came from white princesses that grew with only white variegation on them for a few years before producing a pink splash out of nowhere.
Philodendron White Princess Tricolor – frequently asked questions
The Philodendron White Princess has stable white variegation, but they sometimes produce a freak pink variegated mutation too, known as the White Princess Tricolor
The best way to get pink on a white princess is to take a cutting from tricolor, as the cutting has a better chance of having pink that one without pink, but be aware that the pink variegation is not as stable as the white, so you may not get any more pink on future leaves.
They do not all have pink on them, it only appears sometimes as a freak mutation.
The white variegation is relatively stable on a white princess, the rarer pink splashes are less stable.
You cannot directly encourage just the pink variegation, but give the plant as much indirect sun as you can and hope for the best! Propagating cuttings with pink on it is a good idea too, as a plant grown from a pink cuttings has more chances of producing the pink variegated leaves.
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