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Pink Anthurium Houseplant

  • - Pet Safe: No
  • - Care Level: Medium
  • - Space Required: 28 inches
  • - Thrives In Rooms With: East or West facing windows
  • - Each 5-Inch Pot contains 1 Pink Anthurium Houseplant
Plant Features

The Pink Anthurium, also known as the Flamingo Flower, is a stunning tropical plant known for its vibrant pink, heart-shaped spathes and contrasting yellow spadix. These spathes are often mistaken for flowers but are actually modified leaves that help to attract pollinators to the tiny flowers on the spadix. The dark green, glossy leaves add to its ornamental appeal, making it a popular indoor plant for adding a splash of color.

For troubleshooting, yellowing leaves can indicate overwatering, a common problem. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering again. Brown leaf tips or edges can be a sign of low humidity or over-fertilization. Increase humidity around the plant and ensure you're not overfeeding.

Insufficient light can prevent blooming. Place the plant in a location where it receives bright, indirect light. Watch out for common pests like aphids and mealybugs. If detected, treat the plant with an appropriate insecticide or neem oil.

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight Indirect, Bright - within 2-3' of a window
Watering Needs Water when the top 1 inch of soil is dry
Fertilizer Every 6-8 weeks
Humidity Level High (a humidifier must be in the room)
Temperature 65-75 F
Care Level Green Thumb (plants require a little effort)
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category 12-18 inches
Mature Spread 12-24 inches
Habit Upright
Flower Color Pink
Foliage Color Green
Garden Styles Houseplant
Pet Friendly No

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Very pleased with my order. Plant arrived safe without any travel damage. Packed very well. Large size & in bloom. Have ordered multiple times during the last year and will continue to do so.

From Debra | November 02, 2020