25 cm Anthurium Vittarifolium House Plant 14 cm Pot House Plant

25 cm Anthurium Vittarifolium House Plant 14 cm Pot

Anthurium vittarifolium is a stunning plant that belongs to the Araceae family. Native to Colombia and Ecuador, this plant is highly sought after for its unique appearance and velvety foliage. It features elongated, strap leaves that are thick and have...
£59.99
£59.99

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25 cm Anthurium Vittarifolium House Plant 14 cm Pot House Plant

25 cm Anthurium Vittarifolium House Plant 14 cm Pot

£59.99

25 cm Anthurium Vittarifolium House Plant 14 cm Pot

£59.99

Anthurium vittarifolium is a stunning plant that belongs to the Araceae family. Native to Colombia and Ecuador, this plant is highly sought after for its unique appearance and velvety foliage. It features elongated, strap leaves that are thick and have a leathery texture. The leaves are a deep green color and have prominent veins running through them, adding to its distinctive beauty.

Light: Anthurium vittarifolium thrives in bright, indirect light. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight as it can scorch the leaves. A north or east-facing window is ideal for this plant. If you notice that the leaves are turning yellow or pale, it may be an indication of too much sunlight, and you should move it to a slightly shadier spot.

Temperature: Anthurium vittarifolium prefers average to warm temperatures ranging from 65¬?F to 80¬?F (18¬?C to 27¬?C). It is important to keep this plant away from drafts or sudden temperature changes, as it can negatively impact its growth.

Humidity: This plant thrives in high humidity environments. Mist the leaves regularly with water or place a tray with water near the plant to increase humidity levels. You can also use a humidifier to maintain the desired humidity level of around 60% to 70%. If the surrounding air is too dry, the plant may develop brown leaf tips.

Watering: Anthurium vittarifolium prefers consistently moist soil but not waterlogged conditions. Water it thoroughly when the top inch of soil feels dry, allowing excess water to drain out. Ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent waterlogging, which can lead to root rot. During the winter months, reduce watering frequency slightly to accommodate slower growth. Avoid using cold water as it may shock the plant. Instead, use room temperature water or allow tap water to sit for 24 hours to remove chlorine.

Soil: Use a well-draining potting mix that retains moisture. A mixture of peat moss, perlite, and orchid bark or coconut coir will provide the ideal balance of drainage and moisture retention. Avoid using heavy soils that can retain excessive moisture and lead to root rot.

Fertilizer: Anthurium vittarifolium benefits from regular feeding during the growing season (spring and summer). Use a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted to half strength every two to four weeks. During the dormant winter period, reduce or cease fertilization as the plant's growth slows down.

Pruning: Remove any yellow or damaged leaves promptly to maintain the plant's health and appearance. Anthurium vittarifolium does not require extensive pruning, but you can trim back leggy or excessively long stems to encourage bushier growth.

Propagation: The most common method of propagation for Anthurium vittarifolium is through division. Carefully remove the plant from its pot and separate the rhizomes, ensuring each division has healthy roots. Plant the divisions in separate pots with well-draining soil and provide them with the same care as mature plants.

Pests and Diseases: Anthurium vittarifolium is generally resistant to pests, but it can occasionally attract aphids, mealybugs, or spider mites. Regularly inspect the leaves for any signs of infestation, and if detected, treat with an appropriate insecticidal soap or neem oil. Proper ventilation and good plant hygiene can help prevent pest issues. Additionally, ensure the plant is not exposed to cold drafts or temperatures below 60¬?F (15¬?C) to avoid potential diseases like root rot.

With proper care and attention, Anthurium vittarifolium can thrive and become a stunning addition to your indoor plant collection. Its unique foliage and relatively low maintenance requirements make it a popular choice among plant enthusiasts.

At Plants for all Seasons, we take pride in our eco-friendly approach to packaging. Our custom-made plant boxes are designed with both the environment and your plants' wellbeing in mind. Here’s what makes our packaging special:

Upright and Fresh: Our innovative design ensures that your plants remain upright and fresh during transit. Specially engineered compartments and supports within the box prevent movement and damage, so your plants arrive in perfect condition.

100% Recyclable: Our plant boxes are fully recyclable, ensuring that after they have served their purpose, they can be responsibly disposed of without harming the planet.

Made from Recycled Materials: Sustainability is at the core of our values. That’s why our packaging is crafted from recycled materials, reducing waste and promoting a circular economy.

Winter Shipping: We offer additional heat packs in winter to keep your plants nice and warm on their travels. Add one heat pack per plant when checking out in winter months.

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At Plants for all Seasons, we offer a specialist range of plants that are kept at their growers until ordered, ensuring they remain in their ideal conditions. This unique approach means that these plants receive expert care right up until the moment they are prepared for delivery.

Our dedicated growers are passionate about their craft and maintain the perfect environment for each species in this range, ensuring that every plant is healthy, vibrant, and ready to thrive in your home or garden.

Delivery and Quality Assurance We understand that receiving your plants in excellent condition is crucial. While delivery for this specialist range can take up to 7 days, we assure you that this time is used to carefully select, prepare, and package your plants to maintain their health and vitality during transit.

Our commitment to quality means that every plant in this range is thoroughly inspected before it leaves the grower, ensuring it meets our high standards. You can trust that your new plant will arrive ready to flourish, bringing beauty and life to your space.
Tropical Glasshouse Nursery: Our plants are nurtured in our tropical glasshouse nursery located in Lincolnshire, where we maintain an average temperature of 16°C. We do not use cold warehouses, ensuring optimal conditions for plant health.

Plastic Nursery Pots: All our plants are supplied in practical plastic nursery pots. If you prefer a more decorative option, we offer a range of stylish pots available for purchase separately.

Non-Consumable: Please note that our plants are intended for ornamental purposes only unless specifically stated as edible. Ensure you check product descriptions carefully if you are looking for edible varieties.

Variable Heights: The height of our plants can vary by approximately +/- 10%. This natural fluctuation ensures you receive a unique and healthy specimen.

Plant Pot Sizes: Pot sizes may vary by approximately +/- 1cm. To ensure a proper fit, we recommend selecting a decorative pot that is 1-2cm larger than the stated plant pot size. For instance, if you purchase a plant in a 17cm pot, a 18 - 19cm decorative pot would be ideal.

Quarantining: All our houseplants are regularly sprayed with a preventative systemic bug treatment. We do our best to ensure a bug free growing environment however sometimes these can unfortunately be missed, as such we always recommend quarantining plants when they first enter your home and checking them upon arrival for bugs.