Anthuriums will bloom and grow best in a medium to bright window or under artificial lights. In low light, they won’t produce flowers but will provide beautiful foliage.
They love humidity. If you see brown tips on the leaves, it may need more humidity. You can put the pot on a saucer filled with pebbles and water but the bottom of the pot should not be in the water.
The soil should be a well-drained soil to prevent root rot. Allow to dry slightly between waterings.
Fertilize about every other month with 1/4 strength fertilizer.
Remove any unsightly blooms or foliage as needed. Anthuriums will continue to develop flower buds for many years. Enjoy bright green foliage and flowers continually.
Common Names: Tailflower, Peace Lily, Flamingo Flower, Flamingo Lily, Laceleaf and Painted Tongue
Origin: Native to South America
Available in 5, 6 1/2 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.