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Anthurium

Botanical Name
Anthurium
Hardiness
Zones 11 to 12
Height
3 feet
Width
18 inches
Flowers
Slender spadix of white, green or yellow with a spathe below in colors of red, white, pink or green
Light
Avoid full sun, bright indirect light
Soil
Consistently moist potting mix
Planting & Care
  • Tolerates low light, but results in fewer flowers
  • Likes high humidity
  • Repot every 1 to 2 years
  • Water just enough to prevent roots from drying - don't let plants wilt
  • Mulch soil surface with sphagnum moss to help keep soil moisture consistent
  • Plants need minimal fertilizing
  • Toxic to cats, dogs and humans
Problems
Mealybugs, spider mites, white fly, scale, scorched foliage in with drafts or dry soil, blight, leaf spot

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