Anthurium Plant Care FAQ: What You Need To Know
We run down some frequently asked questions about anthuriums and what they need on our guide: Anthurium Plant Care FAQ.
See also: Anthurium Scandens, Anthurium Warocqueanum, Anthurium Luxurians Care, Anthurium Villenaorum, Anthurium Crystallinum Black.
Can Anthurium Grow In Water?
Anthuriums can grow in water alone. They looks great rooting in a clear glass jar as a center piece on a table.
Do Anthuriums Like To Be Root Bound?
Anthuriums are ok to be a little bit root bound, but you should pot them up a size if they do get crowded to get the best out of them.
What Kind Of Soil Does Anthurium Need?
Anthuriums like a really well draining potting mix. A mix of orchid bark, perlite and potting compost in equal parts is ideal.
For more on anthurium soil (what to buy and how to make your own) see our guide here: Anthurium Soil.
Will Anthurium Rebloom?
Anthuriums should rebloom, make sure you water them well but not too much and give them plenty of indirect sunlight. Always check the soil with your finger and water it only if mostly dry.
Do Anthuriums Like Sun?
Anthuriums like plenty of indirect sunlight, especially when flowering. But will be fine a bit back from the window in medium light too.
Best Anthurium Fertilizer
Use a high phosphorous fertilizer during the growing months, so an NPK ratio of something like 15-30-15, the number in the middle (phosphorous) should be higher.
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Hope you found this useful you might also like our other articles: Anthurium Scandens, Anthurium Warocqueanum, Anthurium Luxurians Care, Anthurium Villenaorum, Anthurium Crystallinum Black.
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