Skip to Main Content
Rated 4.96 / 5
Greater London Area
Free Delivery Over £50
Clusia Princess 1
Clusia Princess Close Up
Clusia Princess Leaves Close Up
Clusia Princess In Tivoli Earth Plant Po
Clusia rosea 'Princess'
Love sticker

Clusia Princess

£8
Easy care Easy-care
Icon Indirect Sunlight new Indirect sun
Plant height
30cm
12cm pot
55cm
17cm pot
Pots that fit me
Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
Free
Free delivery FREE scheduled deliveries on orders over £50

Clusia rosea or Autograph tree is an eye-catching plant with attractive thick, waxy green leaves. Easy to look after, they make a great companion on a bedside table or countertop.

PH icon Price match promise solid 3 1

Price match promise on plants

PH icon 5 star 3 1

London's #1 online garden centre

PH icon Hand Delivered Solid 3 1

Hand-delivered on a day that suits

Plant Happiness

To see me at my best

Put me in a bright and warm spot, ideally with extra humidity.

Plant Care Tips

Misting icon

Increase humidity with regular misting or keep me in a bathroom or kitchen.

Sun icon

I thrive in direct sunshine but can also cope with less light.

Leaves icon

Keep my soil moist but not soggy.

About Clusia Princess

History

The Clusia rosea, or the Autograph Tree, is native to tropical Central America, Mexico, Florida and parts of the Caribbean. Introduced into Hawaii, it is now one of the most invasive plants on the island and is a popular houseplant due to its easy-going nature.

Cultivation

The autograph plant is a hemiepiphyte, which means it can either grow on top of another plant with aerial roots or grow from seeds in the ground. It is also known as a strangler plant because when it grows on other plants, it sends down aerial roots, which suffocate the plant below and ultimately kills it.

Care

Clusia rosea are easy plants to keep happy, just put them in a warm and sunny position with high humidity and keep the soil moist but not damp.

Did you know?

Clusia rosea has the name autograph plant because names can be etched into their thick waxy leaves.

Toxicity

If ingested this plant can be toxic or poisonous so keep away from dogs, cats or other pets and small children.

Also Known As

Autograph Tree; Pitch Apple; Copey; Balsam Apple

5.00

Based on 1 reviews

Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Review image
Profile
Verified Customer

Anonymous

Clusia Princess

Email

Join our Green Gang

Sign up to get £10 off your first order over £75. By signing up you agree to our Privacy Policy.