Philodendron Orange Marmalade


Philodendron Orange Marmalade is an uncommon plant that is difficult to find. As such, you won’t often see this plant in garden centers or even online stores. In addition, the stunning plant features bright colors and variegations. This plant is a philodendron hybrid with lanceolate leaves.

details & care
  • Water:               Moderate / Well Drained Planter
  • Light:                Indirect Light
  • Growth Rate:      Medium
  • Air Purifying:      Yes
  • Pet Friendly:       No (Toxic when ingested.)
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Philodendron Orange Marmalade plant, and Care Guide

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Philodendron Orange Marmalade plant

The young Philodendron orange marmalade leaves emerge as bright orange color. As it grows the leaves’ color turns into lime green or mottled lime.

Similar to other philodendron varieties, the orange marmalade philodendron

is a climber and will appreciate being given support to go up on.

Due to its orange foliage, it is sometimes confused with the Philodendron Prince of Orange. Similarly, it closely resembles the Philodendron Painted Lady.

Care guide

Light: The Philodendron Orange Marmalade needs bright, indirect light. If it does not get enough lighting, you will notice orange, lime, or light green leaves turn green (a darker shade of green).

Temperature: Ideal temperature range for this plant is between 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, the plant does not have a problem with hotter weather as long as you avoid temperatures above 95 degrees for long periods of time.

Soil: The highly suitable soil for Philodendron Orange Marmalade is well-draining and has good aeration. This gives the plant’s roots a good balance of water and air to keep the plant healthy.

Water: The plant does not require a lot of water. But it is vital to make sure to keep it hydrated and avoid letting the soil go completely dry.

Fertilizer: The Philodendron plant does not need a lot of fertilizer. But it is important to make sure it gets plant food.

Growing tips for Philodendron orange marmalade

  • Avoid repotting the plant immediately after receiving it. We have taken care of the plant with a better pot and rich soil.
  • For 3-7 days, keel the plant in indirect sunlight.
  • Keep checking the soil moisture.
  • Always keep the plant hydrated. However, avoid overwatering it.

Additional information

Plant Name

Philodendron Orange Marmalade plant

Common Name

Philodendron 'Orange Marmalade'

Native Area

Central and South America

Plant Size

8-12" Inch


Indoors as well as outdoors

Plant Type


Bloom Time



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