Pink or white 35cm height
nthurium andraeanum plants have long impressed both horticulturalists and gardeners alike with their distinct, flower-like leaves. Presenting themselves in a range of colours, such as pink, red, and white, these waxy leaves are actually known as spathes! These appear on tall stems above their forest green foliage; providing the plant with a gracefully elevated shape that will add dimension to a desk or table. The beautiful colouring of this plant makes it the perfect house plant for someone who wants to embrace a touch of their favourite shade. Your Anthurium will alternate between active and dormant periods of flowering, so do not be alarmed when their flowering quietens down for a few weeks. To keep your Anthurium happy, water when its soil feels dry; too much watering can cause the leaves to yellow. Bright, indirect sunlight is also important, but again too much can prevent the swathes from developing their commended colours.