Anthuriums are known for their heart-shaped leaves with dark green foliage and contrasting veining. These tropical plants have the potential to grow very large leaves and occasionally produce flowers. They are very popular among collectors for their variety. During the winter, their growth slows down, so if your plant is stagnant, that's normal. This genus is very toxic if ingested.

Anthurium 'Clarinervium'

This rare plant is popular for its large, heart shaped leaves with silvery veining. This plant produces small, rusty colored leaves that grow larger as they mature, turning deep green in the process. They appreciate bright, indirect light, but do not tolerate direct light. They may drop leaves if they don't receive enough light. They are drought tolerant because of their thick roots and can handle drying out between watering. Use well-draining soil and make sure you use a pot with a drainage hole.


Anthurium ‘Red’

This classic, easy care flowering plant loves bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light environments. When it comes to watering, allow the top inch of soil to partially dry out between waterings. You’ll want to avoid overwatering, so it’s best to put your plant in a pot with drainage holes. Using light, loose soil (can be a combination of an orchid mix, peat, and perlite) is great along with placing your plant in a high humidity area.

Anthurium ‘Red’

Anthurium 'Superbum'

This Bird's Nest style Anthurium grows in a compact shape from a central point and produces large fan-like leaves. This plant produces small, rusty colored leaves that grow larger as they mature, turning deep green in the process. They appreciate bright, indirect light, but do not tolerate direct light. They are drought tolerant because of their thick roots and can handle drying out between watering. Use well-draining soil and make sure you use a pot with a drainage hole.

Anthurium ‘Red’

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