/Anthuriums

Anthurium is a genus in the Arum family consisting of over 800 species known for their giant ornamental leaves which often have beautiful shapes or veining.

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    Anthurium Cordatum

    R320.00 R150.00
    Originates from central South America. Leaf shape changes drastically as plant matures. Petioles of mature leaves 30-50 cm long.
    How to grow:
    • Medium to bright indirect light. NO direct sunlight.
    • Plant requires high humidity.
    • Free-draining, moisture retaining soil with organic matter.
    • Allow top 2,5 - 3 cm of soil to dry out before water.
    • Do not over water as Anthuriums are especially prone to root rot.
    • Do not keep near an area with cold drafts of air.
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    Anthurium Coriaceum

    R280.00 R150.00
    Originates from central South America. Good care can see this plant growing into an impressive sized bush.
    How to grow:
    • Medium to bright indirect light. NO direct sunlight.
    • Plant requires high humidity.
    • Free-draining, moisture retaining soil with organic matter.
    • Allow top 2,5 - 3 cm of soil to dry out before water.
    • Do not over water as Anthuriums are especially prone to root rot.
    • Do not keep near an area with cold drafts of air.
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    Anthurium pulchrum Anthurium pulchrum

    Anthurium Pulchrum

    R700.00 R650.00
    Originates from central South America. Good care can see this plant growing into a massive specimen.
    How to grow:
    • Thrives in bright to medium indirect light.
    • Plant requires medium to high humidity.
    • Free-draining, moisture retaining soil with organic matter.
    • Allow top 2,5 - 3 cm of soil to dry out before water.
    • Do not over water as Anthuriums are especially prone to root rot.
    • Do not keep near an area with cold drafts of air.
    • Encourage your plant’s size to increase by giving it a moss pole to climb.