Native to the Napo province of Ecuador, this Anthurium is prized for its colorful, upright rosette of foliage. On the topside you're greeted with vibrant green foliage, while the underside is an exquisite maroon color.
This plant is happiest with bright, indirect light in your home, preferring a room with an eastern exposure and not allowed to dry out. Keep the soil consistently moist and you'll be greatly rewarded.
They will arrive carefully wrapped and ready to be planted into a pot of your choosing. For these 6" plants, we recommend planting them into 6" "azalea" terra-cotta pots using a high quality, well-draining potting mix. This will allow their shallow roots to run wide and begin filling the pot.
Anthuriums prefer to be root-bound in their pots, so only bump them up when it looks as though they're about to bust out of the pot! I've seen many Anthuriums break their clay pots, so be sure to bump them up before that happens. Allow them to dry out before watering again. Provide bright, filtered sunlight for the best growth and fertilize with a low dose 1-2 times per week to maintain vigorous growth.