Sharetrade - Artificial Anthurium Andraeanum
They come in a range of colors including red, pink, purple, lavender and white. They are what most people think of when the word anthurium is mentioned. They are shaped like perfect Valentine’s Day hearts and the majority come in solid colors, thought a minority come in multi-colored patterns.
Anthurium andraeanum, commonly called flamingo lily or painter’s palette, is native to Columbia and Ecuador. It is an epiphytic evergreen tropical perennial of the Arum family that is most noted for its attractive waxy, palette-shaped, bright red spathes and contrasting dark green foliage. It typically grows to 16” tall. Drooping, heart-shaped, dark green leaves (to 8” long) arise in a clump on long stems from the plant crown and are attractive year around. Each axillary flower (typical arum family) features a creamy yellow spadix enclosed by a large, flat, waxy red spathe (to 6”). Flowers are long-lasting. Flowers may appear throughout the year in optimum growing conditions. Fruits rarely appear on indoor plants.
Genus name comes from the Greek words anthos meaning a flower and oura meaning a tail referring to the tail-like spadix.
No serious insect or disease problems. Watch for mealybugs, spider mites, white fly or scale. Foliage may scorch in dry or drafty locations. Rots, blight and leaf spot may occur. If you use the artificial anthurium, you don't need to pay attention to those factors.
Artificial anthuriums are the best choice for you if you are busy and lack of energy to conserve the natural plants. You don't need to pay attention to the temperature, soil, pH, pests, diseases, etc. Conversely, the artificial anthuriums will stay beautiful and keep full of vigor. They are also very easy for you to clean.
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