Anthurium

Anthurium

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Growing Anthuriums:

Anthuriums can be grown by 4 methods. They are by vegetative reproduction, seeds, tissue culture, and fertilization.

  • Anthuriums grow on a wide range of soil types ranging from sandy loams to heavy clays.
  • Anthuriums need a highly organic soil with good water retention capability and good drainage.
  • A well-drained soil is important to prevent the rotting of stems and roots.
  • Anthuriums should be planted in raised beds of 1.3 to 2 meters wide and 20 cm deep.
  • Anthuriums should not be planted more than 5 cm deep, as deep planting results in the rotting of stems and roots.
  • Stake the anthurium after planting for support.
  • Water the anthuriums immediately after planting.
  • A layer of coconut husks, semi-rotted wood, or sugar cane bagasse may be used.
  • Mulching is needed for the anthuriums plants.
  • Anthurium plant roots grow into the mulch and spread.

Anthuriums Plant Care:

  • Remove dead and unsightly foliage and faded or brown flowers.
  • Use a peat moss base.
  • Anthuriums need a high light but not direct sunlight.
  • Water your anthurium thoroughly, but allow it to dry slightly between waterings.
  • Do not over-water the anthuriums as it may cause root damage and yellowing of the leaves.
  • Fertilize the anthurium plant about every other month.
  • Avoid draughts and strong temperature fluctuations.
  • In winter, anthurium plants need a 6 week rest period at a 15°C with little water. This allows the plant to flower profusely again in the following season.

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