Anthurium Assorted 4" 5" 6"
Assorted 4" $25
Assorted 5" $30
Assorted 6" $40
Cobra 4" $25
Radicans x Luxurians 4" $40 (rare)
Beautiful, thick, corrugated leaves
This Anthurium sports textures, bullate - which is rounded swellings like blisters, on spade leaves.
Pedato Radiatum 4" $45 (rare)
A rare beauty.
Has leaves with deep finger-like lobes, and is terrestrial.
Nicknamed "Fingers" due to its deeply lobed, bright green leaves.
The leaves extend outward from upright petioles, giving them the appearance of a delicately outstretched hand.
Anthuriums are relatively easy to grow, have attractive foliage and under the proper environment, produce long lasting flowers year round.
Commercially, pot type Anthuriums are grown throughout the world, with the heaviest concentrations in the US (Florida) and the Netherlands.
General common names include Anthurium, Tailflower, Flamingo Flower, and Laceleaf.
They are durable and will survive as an indoor foliage plant for a remarkable period of time, even under adverse conditions.
Anthuriums grow best with day temperatures of 78 to 90 F, and night temperatures of 70 to 75 F.
Temperatures above 90 F may cause foliar burning, faded flower color, and reduced flower life.
Night temperatures between 40 to 50 F can result in slow growth and yellowing of lower leaves.
Anthuriums will not tolerate frost or freezing conditions.
While Anthuriums are able to handle dryness around the root ball, they need to be watered thoroughly and allowed to dry slightly before watering again.
Allowing the plant to dry out will greatly slow down the growth cycle.
Drying out can also cause the tip to burn and root damage, while over watering can also cause root damage and sudden yellowing of leaves.
Anthuriums as a rule (indoors) will take about as much light as you can provide them with - but not direct sunlight.
Lower levels of light will slow down or cease flower production.
The foliage type species will tolerate lower light levels as they grow in some of the shadiest areas in their natural habitat.
Leaves emerging under lower light may stretch and/or become distorted.
Anthurium Luxurians demands less light and more humidity than most Anthurium.
Accordingly, grow it under indirect sunlight with up to 80% humidity.
The potting mix should contain bark and perlite to keep the soil airy.
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