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Anthurium Hoffmanii

Anthurium Hoffmanii

Regular price $75.00 USD
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Ready for sale Anthurium Hoffmanii plant. Can ship to ASIA, USA, CANADA EUROPE legalized with Phytosanitary Certificate. Get special price for Wholesale and Free shipping for purchase over $500. Buy online Anthurium Hoffmanii at PLANTAROID with safe and protected payments.

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About Anthurium Hoffmanii

The Anthurium Hoffmanii plant is a plant that originates from Central and South America. anthurium is a genus of tropical American herbaceous plants consisting of about 825 species in the arum family (Araceae). Its beautiful leaves are dark green in color and have deep white veins that make them stand out visually even more.

Anthurium Hoffmanii Plant Care

Growing Media and Light Requirements

The planting medium commonly used by anthurium hoffmanii is a moist and porous planting medium. A good planting medium must also be free of chemicals. Do not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides especially if the dosage is excessive because it will make the anthurium's appearance worse. Organic fertilizers and pesticides are the right choice because apart from being safe to use, they can also improve the biological quality of the planting medium you use. Anthurium Hoffmanii grows best in bright light and not in direct sunlight. Therefore, placing the pot in the shade, on the side or back yard is the right choice to minimize exposure to direct sunlight. In addition, exposure to sunlight must be balanced with the right moisture content to keep the plant at the right humidity level.

Water Requirements

Water your anthurium hoffmanii only when the soil is dry to the touch. This plant is prone to root rot, so too much water can cause the roots to die. On the other hand, if you let the plant get too dry in the pot, its growth will slow down. anthurium hofmanii requires watering pauses to let the soil dry for a while. Because, if the soil is constantly damp, it will cause root disease. On the other hand, if you don't provide water in a dry and hot climate against dry soil, then this is not good for ornamental plants because it will cause drying, wilting and death. Before deciding to water, try to check the humidity level first.

Temperature & Humidity Requirement

Anthurium Hoffmanii thrives in high humidity but requires adequate air circulation. The ideal temperature for anthurium ornamental plants ranges from 14 – 28 degrees Celsius. While the ideal humidity ranges from 80 – 90%. to maintain humidity, you can put it occasionally indoors and then outdoors. This state or condition which makes ornamental plants develop optimally, such as smooth leaf development and harmonious stem growth.

Fertilizer Requirement, Disease and Pest

Anthurium hoffmanii plant care does not require too much fertilizer. Use a fertilizer that has a higher amount of phosphorus. Use slow release organic fertilizer in spring, you can also pack liquid fertilizer. It is different for the cob Anthurium which must be considered that the nutrients for the roots and leaves are starting to be reduced. So we have to choose a priority to stimulate the leaves or stimulate and stimulate the growth of cobs. Most often attacked by pests such as mealybugs, scales, and aphids. There are several problems that are most often experienced by anthurium hoffmanii, including fungal diseases that can damage plant stems and roots and damage leaves. this problem can be prevented by avoiding excessive watering. Low indoor air humidity is the main cause of leaves turning brown or yellow. This is an indication that the plant is dying. If the room lacks humidity, water the plants more frequently. When the leaves turn brown, this can be the first sign of excess water. Make sure the plant stays in the shade when the sun is too hot.

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