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Anele [Flamingo Flower]

Anthurium andreanum

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Anele is sure to delight with her bold leaves and bright flowers. She's a statement plant, bright and beautiful! Anthuriums 'flower' throughout the year because the flowers are in fact a 'spathe', or shield-like leaf. The flowers of the marshmallow pink variety have stunning apple green swirls when emerging, turning to dark pink when maturing.

Comes in a 14cm grow pot. Decorative pot sold separately.


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Caring for Anele

Light

Anthuriums love bright indirect light. In poor light they will not 'flower'. However, too much direct sun or exposure to afternoon sun can cause sunburnt leaves. 

Water & humidity

Anthuriums love high humidity, warmth and water. But don't drench the plant & water only when top layer of soil is dry. Mist regularly and avoid cold drafts.

Feeding

Twice in summer with an organic balanced fertiiser. 

Re-potting

Every 1-2 years in a well-draining potting mix. Once re-potted, the plant should sit at the same soil level as it was in the original pot. Slide the Anthurium carefully from its current pot. Leave the roots in tact. Place the Anthurium in the new pot, then fill the gaps around the root ball with potting soil.

Atrium Top Tip

If your Anthurium completely dries out, you can dunk the grow pot in a bath of water, or let water run through the pot for a few minutes to re-hydrate it.

Quirky plant fact

The colourful heart shape is not a flower, but a spathe or shield-like leaf. Its function is to protect the yellow spadix, which contains several tiny flowers when in bloom.