Anthurium Hoffmannii Select Form. Flowering size US Seller #k12 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Hoffmannii Select Form. Flowering size US Seller #k12 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Hoffmannii Select Form. Flowering size US Seller #k12 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Hoffmannii Select Form. Flowering size US Seller #k12 - Nice Plants Good Pots
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Large Anthurium Hoffmanii X . Our mother plant was self pollinated earlier last year and we grew it out from seed. Each plant has been exhibiting some unique characteristics. All have a nice dark and velvety leaf with a dark red emergent leaf color.

Plant Is close to flowering size. Large and healthy and will need to be upsized to a 6inch pot. 


You will receive exact plant pictured, from our nursery in New Orleans LA. This is not a Tissue Cultured Plant.

Anthurium Growing Tips and Care

  • Anthuriums thrive in bright filtered light, but we recommend avoiding direct sunlight.
  • They appreciate nice humidity levels, but aren't too picky about humidity.
  • These plants would do best in a semi-coarse potting mix and we recommend letting the (roughly top 2") of soil media  dry on the top of the soil before watering.
  • We recommend potting in a well-draining, coarse, and slightly acidic potting soil with rich in organic matter and  suggest repotting this fast-growing anthurium every two to three years.
  • We advise cutting off yellowing or browning leaves as they appear to keep the plant looking tidy and to discourage pests. 

Here are some more tips for caring for a velvety anthurium:

  • Water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry.
  • Keep the soil just barely moist but not soggy.
  • Keep the plant in a spot that gets plenty of bright, indirect light but no direct sunshine.
  • Keep the plant in a warm room that's around 60f-85f away from draughts and radiators.
  • Keep the plant in a bathroom or conservatory to raise humidity.
  • Group plants together to help raise humidity.
  • water with diluted fertilizer monthly during the growing season.
  • Avoid temperature fluctuations.
  • Repot as needed to give room for roots to expand.
  • water more thoroughly in spring and summer, in winter season the velvet anthurium slows active growth.
  • If you see salts crusting on the soil surface, it's time to flush the soil.
  • Run a gentle stream of water through it for a few minutes to get rid of excess fertilizer
  • If the leaves start to yellow, brown, or wilt, this may be a sign of overwatering or underwatering.



Interesting Facts About Anthuriums 

Anthuriums have a rich ethnobotanical lore, intertwined with various cultures and traditions around the world. These captivating plants have been valued not only for their striking beauty but also for their cultural significance and practical uses. Here are some fascinating ethnobotanical facts about Anthuriums:

Cultural Symbolism: Anthuriums have been revered as symbols of love, hospitality, and abundance in many cultures. In some regions, they are gifted to express affection and strengthen relationships. The heart-shaped blooms of certain Anthurium varieties are particularly associated with love and romance.

Spiritual Significance: In certain spiritual practices, Anthuriums are believed to possess protective and purifying properties. They are often included in rituals and ceremonies to ward off negative energies and bring positive vibes to the surroundings.

Medicinal Uses: Some cultures have utilized Anthuriums for their medicinal properties. The sap or juice derived from the Anthurium plant has been traditionally used to treat various ailments, including skin irritations, wounds, and infections. It is believed to possess healing and anti-inflammatory properties.

Ritual Offerings: Anthuriums have been used as offerings in religious and ceremonial rituals in different parts of the world. Their vibrant blooms and unique shapes make them ideal for adorning altars and sacred spaces, symbolizing purity and beauty.

Practical Applications: Beyond their symbolic and spiritual significance, Anthuriums have practical uses as well. In some regions, the leaves of certain Anthurium species are used for weaving baskets, mats, and other traditional handicrafts. The durable and flexible nature of the leaves makes them suitable for these purposes.

Traditional Knowledge: Indigenous cultures have passed down their knowledge of Anthuriums through generations, sharing their wisdom about cultivation, uses, and folklore surrounding these plants. Their traditional wisdom offers insights into the deep connection between humans and nature.

Anthuriums continue to captivate our imagination and hold cultural importance to this day. Whether admired for their aesthetic appeal, used for rituals, or valued for their practical applications, these plants carry a rich ethnobotanical legacy that adds to their allure and fascination. 



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