Basic Anthurium Care.
Anthurium prefers a coarse, well-draining soil. This is how I harvest … Try a mixture of equal parts perlite, peat moss, and pine bark. Genus: Anthurium Species: vittarifolium Synonyms: Pronunciation: Pot Size: 100mm Grows to: Endemic: Habitat: Conservation Status: Description: Light: Water: Humidity: Substrate: pH: Active Growth Season: Seasonal die-back: Propagation: Fauna attracting: Pet Friendly: TC: Unique and Unusual: Shipping: NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC, SA.
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Anthurium plants can tolerate all levels of indirect light, but anthuriums growing in low light will have fewer flowers and will grow slower. If you can remember to water your anthurium when the soil is dry and place it in a spot that gets plenty of indirect sunlight, then you should be able to enjoy anthurium plants in your home. They need to be very fresh to germinate. Water: Like their soil to be kept moist but not soggy. Temperature: Prefers average to warm temperatures, put in warmer places in Winter.
1 more photos VIEW GALLERY. Name: Gina Florida (Zone 9a) Tropical plant collector 35 years. Remember try to stay away from wet, mucky or dry, sandy soils. Foliage Color: Unknown - Tell us. Many seeds are viable for a very long period of time, but most tropical plant seeds have a definite shelf life.
Propagation forum: Planting tropical seeds. Sun Exposure: Unknown - Tell us. We have been working diligently on propagation, however not all plants have fully rooted out the bottom of their pots which is our standard for a healthy plant. Anthurium 'Vittarifolium' Rating * Name Email * Review Subject * ... Propagation: Soil: Vittarifolium Anthuriums enjoy well drained but moist, rich organic mix. New plants will be added bi-weekly as they become available. Water Requirements: Unknown - Tell us. This includes many palm seeds.
Alternatively, combine three parts potting mix with one part coarse material such as orchid bark or lava rock. The hardest part about growing them from seed is getting seeds to form in the first place. Anthurium care is not complicated or time-consuming. Anthuriums are tropical plants, so they thrive indoors and in humid environments. Variegated Anthurium 'Albo Variegata' Anthurium vittariifolium. Prepare a soil mix. If you would like to produce new varieties of anthurium flowers, you will have to grow them from seed.