Anthurium is truly an underrated houseplant. You've probably seen it in offices, as it tolerates low light and is extremely low maintenance. These one-petal flowers provide a lot of smooth elegance and a bright pop of color wherever your home needs it. What's most extraordinary is that you can provide consistency through your home décor with just one plant. Take a few blooms and put them in vases as a matching element to link that color through a room. Even one bloom alone looks beautiful in a thin vase. And you won't have to change them out constantly—these are incredible cut flowers that can last up to a month in water. What's more, Dutch Red delivers blooms multiple times throughout the year, and cutting the blooms promotes new growth, so you'll have plenty to work with. Anthurium 'Red'
Full Shade, Partial Shade
15 - 20 inches
5 - 10 inches
Anthurium bloom year round when cared for properly.
Sharply reduce watering frequency as the anthurium will be dormant for about 2 months. Keep the plant warm during the winter. It will not tolerate colder temperatures.
The flower's spathe looks like one of it's normal leaves but colored red. Extending out of the middle of the spathe is the central spike.
Broad, shiny, green leaves.
Prune away discolored and dead leaves as necessary. Cut wilted blooms back to the base of the stem.
Keep the soil damp, but do not drench the soil. Anthurium do not like continually moist soil and its growth rate will slow down.
Water when the soil is dry to the touch. Drowning the soil will cause root rot and kill the anthurium.
Mildly to moderately toxic to pets and humans. Wash hands after handling an anthurium.
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When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
|2019 Spring Shipping Schedule
||4/29/19 - 6/7/19
||4/1/19 - 6/7/19
|Last Order Date
||June 3rd, 2019