The Pink Princess philodendron originates from the tropical forests in Ecuador and Colombia that has unique bright green and pink colored leaves. It is a plant that enjoys high humidity levels which makes it an excellent indoor plant. It is genetically predisposed to be a climbing plant, since it grows on trees and uses them for support, so it requires some structure to attach to in order to produce new leaves.
These plants prefer bright, indirect light since they often grow beneath the canopy of other trees in the forest and 3 to 4 hours of sunlight per day is ideal. The amount of light the Pink Princess receives is critical to maintaining the pink color of the plant; too much light (more than 5 hours) can burn the leaves and leave olive green spots while too little (less than 2 hours) will cause the leaves to turn brown.