How to Love Your Mini Anthurium
I need soil with good
water retention capability,
and good drainage.
Half and half mix of
potting soil and orchid soil
or perlite will provide
the kind of habitat I prefer.
Don't let me become too dry, or my growth will slow and my roots will be difficult to re-hydrate.
Too much or too frequent watering can lead to root rot, which could affect my long-term health.
I can get sunburned!
That’s why it’s best to
keep me in a bright room, but avoid direct sunlight.
I can tolerate all levels of indirect light, but if I receive low light only, I will have fewer flowers, I will grow slower
and I will become thin and straggly,
as my leaves stretch toward the light.
Place me in a bright location where I receive indirect light, such as near
to an Eastern facing window.
me under 55 F.
I need at least
80% of humidity:
I will enjoy living
in your bathroom!
Feed me with
a one-quarter strength
fertilizer, with high phosphorus levels.
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This playlist is perfect
for me: I will grow healthier and happier!
I love music!