Anthurium Pink

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Anthurium Pink at a Glance
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12"-18" tall (including pot)
Can reach up to 4 ft. tall
May bloom throughout the year, with each phase lasting 8-12 weeks followed by several non-blooming months
Put it on your coffee table as a lively focal point
Anthurium Pink Bio
Native to the Americas and Caribbeans, this tropical evergreen beauty brings out the best and brightest in any space it inhabits. The colorful heart-shaped waxy leaves, called spathes, act as protectors for its straight spike, called spadix, where very small flowers grow in its bloom. Thanks to its long-lived, heart-opening charm, Anthurium is the quintessential symbol of generosity and kindness, making it a perfect gift for those you love the most. It is cherished for its long blooms, lasting anywhere from eight to twelve weeks. Anthurium grows best in a well-lit space. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight or spaces without natural light.
Light Instructions

Anthurium grows best in a space with bright indirect light, where the sun rays are diffused, and can also adapt to spaces with bright direct light, where the sunlight streams inside directly. Avoid placing it in spaces with low light or spaces without natural sunlight.

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How does self-watering work?
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    Simply open the lid and fill with water
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    The plant drinks only when needed
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    The result - healthy, long-lived plants that are easy to maintain
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  • Carefree and convenient
  • Never worry about when to water
  • Much healthier plants that live longer
  • We use proven Waterwick TM technology to optimize water consumption
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Water every1 Month1 Week
OverwateringRareCommon
UnderwateringNeverCommon
Over compacted dry soilNeverCommon
Easily know when to waterYesNo
Stable root growthYesNo
Anthurium Pink Care
On your Anthurium’s first few days at home, it may lose several leaves, or the leaves will turn brown. This is no reason for concern. Simple shake off or cut the leaf, and look forward to new and better adjusted leaves to grow. To help it grow optimally and evenly, occasionally dust the leaves and rotate the pot by a ¼ turn once a month. As with many flowering plants, your Anthurium will benefit from 'deadheading'. When the blooms start to fade and die off, remove them. This practice helps the plant redirect its energy toward producing new blooms and maintaining overall health. Also, feel free to prune the stems and spent flowers to assist the new growth. Remember, removing fading blooms is a normal part of caring for blooming plants.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do anthuriums need direct sunlight to grow?
Tropical plants like anthuriums thrive when they receive roughly 12-hours of light on a daily basis. Direct sunlight isn’t necessary to see growth because these plants can do well in partially shaded habitats. But a couple hours of direct sunlight can help them to thrive, provided they spend most of their time in partial shade. Under a growing light, you may want to provide as much as 16-hours of lighting.
How do you keep anthuriums blooming?

Anthuriums typically bloom during late spring and early summer. When provided with the right lighting conditions, like a west-facing window, the growing season will trigger blooming without your intervention. If you’d like to encourage your anthurium to keep blooming, be sure it receives enough light and water, and prune away old blooms as they expire.