Origin/History: Anthurium has a stronger link to Colombia than to Greece.

Water: Water thoroughly when the first inch of the soil becomes dry to the touch,

Soil: Use a soil that drains well to avoid root rot, but holds enough moisture for root absorption.

Light: Flowering Anthurium needs bright, indirect light (direct sunlight will scorch the leaves and flowers!).

Temperature: The Anthurium prefers very warm temperatures (70-90°F),

Pet Friendly: Anthurium are poisonous if ingested, so be very careful if you have pets and/or small children. The sap can also cause skin irritation.

Setting: Most Anthuriums thrive on humidity, but the flowering varieties can tolerate more dryness.