Plant Only: 10” Philodendron Prince of Orange - We could only get our hands of 4 of these beauts so don't hum and haw! This big baby is full of colour and big, waxy leaves, a beauty to behold! When watching the The Prince of Orange grow and mature you will see the new growth transform from bright yellow to coppers to greens. Yellow leaves generally indicate poor health on a plant so don't make that assumption with this guy. It loves bright filtered light aka no direct sunshine. Keep the soil moist in the summer but let it dry out between waterings in the winter. Stick your finger down to the knuckle every 5 days or so, if you can feel it dry down about 2" it's time for a drink. Toxic to pets.