Anthurium

Anthurium Andraeanum in a red pot, with red flowers, also called the flamingo flower

Anthurium Andraeanum (Flamingo Flower Growing #1 Tips!)

The Anthurium Andraeanum is a popular houseplant with showy red inflorescences that bloom prolifically! Also known as the Flamingo Flower, these plants also boast beautiful heart-shaped leaves. This Anthurium hails from the tropical rainforests of Cental and South America. In its native habitat, they grow epiphytically (on other plants or trees) or terrestially… which should …

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large anthurium regale in a pot

Anthurium Regale (Growing & Care #1 Hacks!)

The Anthurium Regale is a beauty. With large, heart-shaped leaves and deep pale veins, it’s no wonder that the Regale is so popular… despite being quite rare! In terms of care, the Anthurium Regale is on the slightly trickier side. If you’ve tried your hand at Anthuriums before, the Regale shouldn’t be too much trouble …

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Beautiful love-shaped leaf of Anthurium Rugulosum Lluruqui, a rare and popular houseplant

Anthurium Rugulosum (Care & Propagation #1 Top HACKS!)

The Anthurium Rugusolum is a beautiful species from the cloud forests of Ecuador. This rare species is considered, according to the IUCN 2006, “Red-line” endangered due to the de-cultivation of its native habitat. Its rarity perhaps makes this Anthurium all the more sought-after. It boasts heavily-textured leaves that reveal small bumps that resemble fine leather …

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anthurium pedatoradiatum plant in a small pot. this aroid has deeply lobed green leaves that resemble "fingers".

Anthurium Pedatoradiatum (Growing #1 TIPS for your Anthurium Fingers!)

The Anthurium Pedatoradiatum, or Anthurium Fingers as some may call it, is a tropical evergreen native to South Mexico bearing deeply-lobed leaves. When mature, leaves may have as many as 13 “fingers”!! Juvenile leaves emerge roughly heart-shaped before developing deeper lobes. The plant grows to just 3.3 feet (1 meter) tall when kept indoors. Caring …

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the anthurium radicans close up of its bumpy textured leaf that comes together in a heart-shape

Anthurium Radicans (Complete Care Guide!)

Anthurium Radicans (sometimes called Anthurium Malyi) are members of the Araceae family with heavily textured, heart-shaped leaves. Bumps and grooves add intricacy to the leaves, as do their thin symmetrical veins. Their “bubbled” leaves also serve practical purposes: increasing the ability to capture light from all angles covering a larger surface area; and allowing excess …

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upright growing anthurium superbum with long sword-shaped leaves with deep grooves and prominent veining. this rare plant can be grown outdoors or indoors.

Anthurium Superbum (Care & Propagation #1 Guide for RARE Bird’s Nest Plant!)

The Anthurium Superbum (scientific name: Anthurium Superbum Madison) is a rare, upright growing plant known for its interesting growth pattern. Its long, stiff leaves fan out to form a bowl shape, which invites nesting birds. This gives the plant its nickname, Bird’s Nest. 🙂 Leaf litter and other decomposing organic material also gather at the …

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anthurium warocqueanum being held up

Queen Anthurium Warocqueanum (Complete Care & Propagation Guide!)

With elongated leaves and defined veins, the Anthurium Warocqueanum, also known as Queen Anthurium, is definitely eye-catching. 🙂 When fully grown, each leathery leaf can grow up to 6 feet (2 meters) long! While Anthuriums have a reputation for being fussy and difficult plants, our experience is that the Anthurium Warocqueanum is not as difficult …

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A ribbed and green leaf of Anthurium Veitchii wide version

Anthurium Veitchii #1 Tips for a THRIVING King

The Anthurium Veitchii is a sight to behold. Lovingly referred to as the King Anthurium, this Aroid has stunningly long, horizontally-rippled leaves (these are its veins) that resemble quilt! This unique plant hails from the South African rainforests of Colombia. Despite its royal appearance, it doesn’t need much in terms of care: Ensure your plant gets at …

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anthurium magnificum houseplant with large elephant ear leaves in a pot

Anthurium Magnificum Care (#1 Growing Tips for THRIVING Plant!)

Are you looking for super-sized foliage to bring a tropical feel to your home? The Anthurium Magnificum, known for its giant elephant ear-shaped leaves, is a good choice. Indoors, these leaves can grow up to 6 – 10 inches (15 – 25 cm). Leaf blades of the Anthurium Magnificum are thick and leathery to touch. …

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