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About Our Anthuriums

The Extraordinary Anthurium Plant: A Complete Overview
Get to Know the Resplendent Anthurium Plant
Anthuriums, often called Flamingo Flowers or Painter’s Palette, are tropical perennials famed for their stunning, long-lasting blooms and glossy foliage. Known for their waxy, heart-shaped blooms in radiant colors like red, pink or white, they make a bold statement in any setting. Anthuriums can grow up to 1-2 feet tall depending on the species, ideal for indoor or greenhouse growing.
Marvelous Uses of Anthuriums
Anthuriums are mainly used as indoor ornamental plants due to their bright blooms and appealing leaves. They bring a tropical touch to home decor and can elevate office spaces as well. Plus, these long-lasting flowers make exotic additions to bouquets and floral arrangements.

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It is recommended to water Anthuriums thoroughly but infrequently, allowing the top inch or two of soil to dry out between waterings to prevent root rot. Usually, watering once a week is sufficient.
Yellowing leaves could indicate overwatering or a nutritional imbalance. Ensure the plant is not sitting in water and that it’s receiving a balanced liquid fertilizer about every six weeks during the growing season.
Anthuriums can be propagated by taking a cutting from a mature, healthy plant or by division. When making a cutting, a piece comprising two to three nodes (where the leaves meet the stem) is most effective. For division, simply separate the clump into smaller parts, each with roots, and replant. Both methods usually require a few weeks for roots to establish.

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