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Dutch Red Anthurium

Bright Indirect Light & Weekly Watering
Bring a brilliant pop of color to any room in your home with the Dutch Red Anthurium. Its bright green leaves contrast with its deep red, single-petaled flowers that wrap around one long yellow-green spike. Those beautiful blooms will last almost year-round even in extremely low-light environments. To know when to water, just keep an eye on the soil. If the soil's dry to the touch, add water, but be careful not to oversaturate. In the winter, the Dutch Red Anthurium goes dormant, so it won't need watering as often. Dutch Red Anthurium has another trick up its sleeve—it makes incredibly long-lasting cut flowers. Keep them in a vase, and they'll stay fresh almost an entire month long! It'll be productive multiple times throughout the year, and cutting promotes new growth, so just snip the stem on a bloom you love, put it in a vase and you've got the perfect lasting feature for a sidetable or a desk.

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#69258

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Price $24.99
  • Zone 2-11
  • Height 15 - 20 inches
  • Bloom Time Anthurium bloom year round when cared for properly.
  • Light Requirements Full Shade, Partial Shade

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    Availability: In Stock

    #69258

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    • Botanical Name:

      Anthurium 'Red'

    • Height: 15 - 20 inches
    • Ship As: 4" POT
    • Lift In Fall: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
    • Spread: 5 - 10 inches
    • Light Requirements: Full Shade, Partial Shade
    • Color: red
    • Foliage Type: Broad, shiny, green leaves.
    • Bloom Time: Anthurium bloom year round when cared for properly.
    • Flower Form: The flower's spathe looks like one of it's normal leaves but colored red. Extending out of the middle of the spathe is the central spike.
    • Planting Instructions: Re-pot when the anthurium's roots fill out its old pot. Plant it at the same soil level it was at before.
    • Soil Requirements: Keep the soil damp, but do not drench the soil. Anthurium do not like continually moist soil and its growth rate will slow down.
    • Growth Rate: Moderate
    • Pruning: Prune away discolored and dead leaves as necessary. Cut wilted blooms back to the base of the stem.
    • Winter Care: Sharply reduce watering frequency as the anthurium will be dormant for about 2 months. Keep the plant warm during the winter. It will not tolerate colder temperatures.
    • Additional Information: Mildly to moderately toxic to pets and humans. Wash hands after handling an anthurium.
    • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR
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