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The ultimate plant care guide for an Anthurium

Anthurium

An Anthurium is a type of plant that comes in many different shapes and sizes! It's a humidity-loving plant from the tropical rain forests of South-America where it enjoys the high temperatures and humidity.

To give you the best chance to take care of this plant, we've broken down the caring process into a few different steps. These steps are designed to provide you with the most in-depth information to teach you everything you need to know about caring for your plant.

  1. How to take care of an Anthurium

In this ultimate guide to taking care of the plant, we're looking at everything you need to know to be able to take care of your Anthurium in your house. The guide will set up you for success and teaches you how to help your Anthurium thrive!

1. How to take care of an Anthurium

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How to take care of an Anthurium

The Anthurium is a beautiful plant from the rain forests of South-America and comes in many shapes and sizes. If you love tropical plants, but want something more than just a plant with dark green leaves, the Anthurium is the perfect plant for you! In this plant care guide, we're going to look at how you can help your Anthurium thrive.

Read "How to take care of an Anthurium"

The Anthurium at a glance

Anthurium
Water when top soil is dry
Prefers indirect sunlight
Fertilize once every 3 months
Use moisture retaining soil

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