Anthurium Mix Creamic Arrangement 19cm Pot

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Step into the tropical world with our Anthurium Arrangement, elegantly presented in a 19cm ceramic pot. Known as the "flamingo flower" or "boy flower," the Anthurium is renowned for its vibrant, glossy, heart-shaped blooms and dark green leaves that add a touch of tropical charm. This evergreen plant is relatively easy to care for, making it an excellent choice for both seasoned plant enthusiasts and beginners.

This indoor plant displays an eye-catching show of red or pink spathes, depending on the variety, with a yellow or cream spadix standing tall in the center. This vibrant contrast ensures the Anthurium arrangement is a piece of natural beauty that never fails to catch the eye.

Exuding an air of tropical sophistication, this plant makes a wonderful gift for special occasions or a stylish addition to your home or office. Each purchase comes with a comprehensive care guide to help you maintain its beautiful blooms for as long as possible.

Care Guide:

Light: Position your Anthurium in a spot with bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can cause the leaves to burn.

Water: Water your Anthurium when the top inch of the potting medium is dry. Overwatering can lead to root rot.

Potting medium: Anthuriums prefer a well-draining potting medium. A blend of peat moss, pine bark, and perlite is typically ideal.

Temperature: This tropical plant thrives in warmer temperatures, ideally between 70-85°F (21-29°C) during the day and around 60°F (15°C) at night.

Humidity: Anthuriums enjoy high humidity levels of about 80%. If your home's air is dry, consider using a humidity tray under the pot or a room humidifier.

Fertilizer: Feed your Anthurium every two weeks with a balanced liquid fertilizer. Always follow the instructions on the fertilizer packaging for the correct dosage.

Indulge in the tropical elegance and radiant beauty of this unique Anthurium arrangement.

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