How To Grow Anthurium

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Bring a taste of the tropics indoors with anthuriums! Their large glossy leaves, together with the vibrant burgundy, red, pink or white flowers make a wonderful display – all without too much care, either. Pot them up in a decorative container and position in a well lit spot and away you go!

Position – Indoors, out of direct sunlight
Water – Water when the potting mix is dry
Soil – Good quality potting mix
When To Grow – Throughout the year

How To Grow

Step 1 – Choose a pot at least 300mm wide and position in a well-lit spot, out of direct sunlight.
Step 2 – Fill pot with good quality potting mix such as Yates Potting Mix with Dynamic Lifter.
Step 3 – Remove the plant from the container, gently tease the roots and cut away any circled or tangled roots.
Step 4 – Position in pot and backfill with potting mix, gently firming down. Water in well.
Step 5 – Water when the potting mix is dry – insert your index finger to the first knuckle, if it’s dry, water and if it’s moist, don’t water.
Step 6 – Feed during the growing season with Yates Thrive® Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food to promote strong root development, an abundance of flowers and healthy foliage growth.

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