The graceful and gorgeous Anthurium plants are tropical, Latin American plants that stand for hospitality and kindness. They come in a variety of colors.
They come in a wide range of colors, including bold reds, delicate pinks, and pure whites.
In addition, this plant is an excellent air purifier.
Care Instruction of Anthurium
Keep the plant indoors in a bright area with either bright artificial light or bright indirect natural light.
60 to 80 F
Anthurium plants should be grown in fertile soil that drains well.
- When the top inch or so of soil in the pot feels dry to the touch, water the plant.
- Don't water the plant excessively.
- Water your plants carefully in the summer and sparingly throughout the winter and wet months.
Feed the plant with organic fertilizer once a month from April to August, when it is in its active growing season.
To enable the plant to absorb nutrients and moisture more readily, loosen the dirt without upsetting the plant's roots.
Re - potting
- Repot a plant with new potting soil and nutrients when it outgrows its existing container.
- Repot the plant in the late evening, keep it in a shaded area for two to three days, and then relocate it to a location with the right climate.
- On plant leaves, do not spray water.
- Avoid over watering the plant, particularly if the pot lacks drainage holes.
- Avoid placing your plants near heating and air conditioning vents and fans.
- Among the most uncommon indoor flowering plants.
- Low-upkeep plant
- The anthurium represents welcoming.
- These are toxic to pets.
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The product is replaceable but non-returnable.