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Anthurium plants, also known as “Flamingo Lilies” are popular houseplants due to their unique beauty and low-maintenance care routine. These tropical plants are native to parts of Central and South America, making them a great choice for those looking for a little bit of the tropics without having to travel too far.

Anthuriums come in a variety of colors including red, orange, pink, white and even green! They feature large glossy leaves and beautiful long-lasting flowers that resemble birds or hearts in bright hues. The lush foliage is extremely eye-catching and will surely draw attention when placed in any room.

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These plants thrive best in bright indirect light with temperatures between 65-80°F (18-27°C). Keep soil lightly moist but never soggy — if it feels dry 1 inch (2 cm) below the surface then it’s time to water! Fertilize your Anthurium once a month during its growing season (spring/summer), but skip fertilizing over wintertime as the plant doesn’t actively grow.

Since they don’t like getting moved around much, it’s best to repot them only when absolutely necessary — usually every two or three years should be sufficient. When you do repot them make sure to use an appropriately sized pot (with drainage holes) that allows enough space for the roots to spread out while still leaving ample room on all sides of the original container.

If you need a colorful standout houseplant then Anthurium may be just what you’re looking for! At our store we offer many varieties at different sizes so that you can find one that fits perfectly into your home or office – shop now!

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