Anthurium Pink Flamingo. The anthurium, or flamingo flower because of its striking inflorescence in reddish colors, originally comes from the neotropical areas of central and south america and the caribbean islands. Here are the basics of caring for flamingo flower:
General common names include anthurium, tailflower, flamingo flower, and laceleaf. Feed every two weeks during spring and summer. Gingerbre pink v, salmon jahe, hedychium 'pink v':
Schott, 1829) Is A Genus Of About 1,000 Species Of Flowering Plants, The Largest Genus Of The Arum Family, Araceae.
Plant height with pot is 1.5 feet and pot size is 5 inches dia. The genus is native to the americas, where it is distributed from northern mexico to northern argentina and parts of the caribbean. Keep the soil consistently moist.
Therefore, You Can Choose Which One You Like The Most Based On Its Looks And Shade Of Pink It Comes With.
*this plant comes in various shades of pink so the one you receive may look slightly different from the one pictured here. This flowering houseplant will grow and bloom for years to come. Don’t water it for a couple of days after repotting and then continue the normal watering schedule.
Useful For Table Top Plants.
Regular price $78 sale price $78 unit price / per. Both anthurium scherzerianum and anthurium andreanum, as well as their hybrids, are known as the flamingo plant, flamingo flower and anthurium. White anthuriums are timeless and classy.
As You May Have Already Guessed, This Plant Is Available In Bright Pink.
Here are the basics of caring for flamingo flower: Plants nature is indoor/shade & less watering. Anthurium plant is a genus of 1000 species and belongs to the araceae family.
Blooming More Or Less Continuously In Optimum Growing Conditions, One Plant May Produce Up.
Flamingo lilies (anthurium andreanum) are similar in appearance to the next plant on our list—anthurium scherzerianum. Anthurium plants can also be poisonous to humans if ingested in high quantities. The spathe, which everyone calls a flower, is just a modified leaf.