Anthurium Love Black

$35.00$40.00

Anthurium are some of the easiest houseplants to care for! Commonly called Laceleaf, the part we enjoy the most is actually a spathula – not a flower!

These constantly blooming houseplants bring more beauty to the darker corners of your house.

They require lower light than other houseplants, are drought tolerant, and thrive even when over-watered!

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Anthurium are some of the easiest houseplants to care for! Commonly called Laceleaf, the part we enjoy the most is actually a spathula – not a flower!

These constantly blooming houseplants bring more beauty to the darker corners of your house.

They require lower light than other houseplants, are drought tolerant, and thrive even when over-watered!

Anthurium will grow more vigorously when kept in bright indirect light and fertilized at 1/4 strength every few weeks.

Our Anthurium plants are overly vigorous, bushy, and come in 4.25″ nursery pots with premium potting media to keep your new friend happy and healthy. Also available in 4.5″ decorative biodegradable organic polymer pots. If choosing organic polymer, specify your color in order notes (Green, Pink, Brown, Black, Yellow, or Red), or let us choose one for you!

Anthurium plants are native to tropical climates, and generally do best around 70 to 90 degrees. Weatherized shipping is included with all our plants whenever required. We delicately wrap our live plants in layers of sheet foam and include a 72+ hour heat pack when temperatures are low. However, we make no guarantees that our tropical plants will survive extreme freezing temperatures. It’s the duty of the buyer to open packages immediately upon arrival. Our commitment to excellence means we ship exclusively express methods, usually USPS Priority 1-3 day, as all live plants should be. Consider having your order Held for Pickup, or delayed during extreme weather – just send us a note with your order.

Pot

4.25" Nursery, 4.5" Organic Polymer

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