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Anthurium Red Plant

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₹1,000 ₹950 (5% Off)
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  • Self Watering
    Self Watering
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Anthurium which is also known as the Flamingo plant is a low-maintenance houseplant. This tropical plant also has beautiful flowers in different colors like pink, red, white, and purple. As the shape of the flowers is similar to the heart; it has been considered as the perfect gift for someone you love. Apart from that, this flowering plant is quite popular in the hospitality industry. Surprisingly, the flowers of anthurium are the longest lasting flower as it stays fresh up to 8 weeks.

 

Anthurium plants will add some exotic touch to the décor. This easy to care plant is on the top list of Nasa’s air-purifying plants. Once settled, the plants will provide abundant flowerings all through the year.

Anthurium Red Plant Requirements

  • Light
    Light
    Indirect Sunlight
  • Watering
    Watering
    Water twice a week
  • Where to grow
    Where to grow
    Bright Indoors
  • Maintenace
    Maintenace
    Low maintenance
  • pot
    Special feature
    Purifies Air, Toxic For Pets
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Healthy Size Plants Only

Heathy Size
Anthurium Red Plant Tips:
  • ● Indirect or filtered sunlight is best for anthurium. Bright indirect light increases the bloom of the plant
  • ● Never keep the plant in the shaded area
  • ● Water only 50% soil is dry
  • ● Fertilize the plant once a month with a good amount of phosphorus fertilizer
  • ● The plant is poisonous for pets and kids if consumed

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