The Laceleaf Anthurium is native to the tropical regions of Colombia and Ecuador, where they grow as epiphytes- a plant that grows on other plants but is not parasitic on trees. What appear as red flowers are actually waxy, thick red leaves, making the plant extremely durable and relatively easy to care for.
Found to be effective in getting rid of formaldehyde, toluene, xylene, and ammonia from the air
*All plants are sold in a nursery pot* **Decorative pots are sold separately**
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P L A N T C A R E
Bright, indirect sunlight
Try to keep soil moist (but not soggy), at all times during the growing season, let soil dry out 1-2 inches deep in the Winter.
Can be propagated during the growing season from the splits
Most important quality in an ideal Anthurium potting mix is drainage
A light, loose medium, with preferably coarse matter
Contains insoluble calcium oxalate crystals, considered toxic to dogs, cats and livestock
More likely to cause harm to animals compared to humans if chewed or ingested