Annie is a very unique looking houseplant. One of the biggest trends in 2020 with very stylish velvety leaves and outlined white leaf veins. We find her quiet, spooky but mysterious. In the wild she lurks in the tropical rainforests, protected by huge trees. Indirect sunlight and high humidity will keep her happy.
Height (including nursery pot) 50cm; pot diameter 12cm.
Health benefits- Houseplants can improve productivity
Pet safe- Mildly toxic if eaten
Lighting for your Anthurium
Annie likes bright but indirect sunlight. An East facing window is perfect for her to capture the morning sun.
Watering your Anthurium
Humidity for your Anthurium
Annie will really thrive in higher humidity. You can group her with other houseplants, use misting or humidifiers to increase humidity. Avoid draughts and radiators.
What fertiliser should I use for my Anthurium
Once every 2 weeks in the spring and summer is fine.
Repotting your Anthurium
When Annie's roots start to come out of the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot, it is time to repot. Soil is quiet important with Annie, she needs a light soil that will dry out quickly and not stay soggy.
Anthurium plant care Problems
Crisp, brown leaf tips result from under-watering, low humidity or tap water.
Yellowing leaves most likely from overwatering. It is possible the leaf is just old and is naturally shedding.