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A pop of color that won't fade, the flowers of the Anthurium are some of the longest-lasting of the indoor plant world. This sculptural, tropical plant can add some flair to any bright room; it does best in bright indirect light, but tolerates lower light. Prefers moist soil and thrives when misted regularly.
Grows best in bright indirect light - Tolerates lower light
Water when the top 1/2 of the soil is dry - Fully saturate the soil - Mist regularly for optimal growth
Air Purifying - Absorbs pollutants
Not Pet Friendly - Avoid ingesting
Sits 10-18" tall by 10-18" wide
Mist your plant regularly, or place it above a dish with water to create a humid microclimate that it will thrive in. Anthurium will tolerate lower light, but will only bloom dependably in bright indirect light. Overly dry conditions can prevent new leaves and flowers from unfurling safely, as humid conditions can soften the leaf cuticles and allow for healthier growth.
Commonly called Flamingo Lily or Painted Tongue, Anthurium is native to tropical American rainforests. In mythology, the heart-shaped flower is connected with with romance and sexuality. With their single open petal, the flowers can also symbolize hospitality. Anthurium are semi-epiphytic, meaning they often use aerial roots found along their stems to climb other plants in the wild.
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