Anthurium love Humidity! This tropical plant thrives best in bright, indirect light between 70 and 86 degrees. The soil should be slightly moist and well drained, to help prevent root rot. More humidity is needed when the leaves start to brown.

Fertilize about every other month with 1/4 strength fertilizer.

Anthurium plants will continue to develop flower buds for many years. It is ok to remove unsightly blooms or foliage as needed.

Common Names: Flamingo Flower, Hawaiian Heart, Painted Tongue, and Painters Palette

Origin: Native to South America

Available in 5, 6 and 10 inch

All parts of the anthurium plant are poisonous and are not intended for human or animal consumption. The anthurium plant’s sap can also cause skin irritation.