Anthurium Care

Do not plant or keep in direct sunlight. The leaves & Flowers will burn.

Your anthurium will do best when the soil has a chance to dry out in between waterings. Too much or too frequent watering can lead to root rot, which could severely affect the long-term health of your plant. For best results, water your anthurium with just six ice cubes or a half cup of water once a week.

Anthuriums thrive in well-lighted spaces, but avoid placing them in direct sunlight to prevent sunburn. If the room is too dark, the plant won't have many flowers. Whether potted or in a cut arrangement, the anthurium is happiest when residing in a room with a temperature higher than 55 degrees, preferably between 70-to-85 degrees Fahrenheit.

Anthuriums need medium to bright light to bloom, but they will survive and grow (but not flower) in low light conditions. Choose a spot near a sunny window, but not in harsh direct sunlight (early morning or late afternoon sun is generally OK). Water: Keep the soil just barely moist but not soggy.
Water & Humidity – This houseplant requires low to medium amounts of water. Let the soil dry out in between watering. If you live in a hot area, water about once every 2 to 3 days; if you live in a rainy area, then water as necessary. Most importantly, the anthurium requires proper drainage.
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