Very resistant indoor plant.
Ideal temeperature: it likes heat and cannot stand sudden changes in temperature. In summer, it develops very well between 23 and 25⁰C. However, in winter they should not drop below 15⁰C. It is important to avoid placing Anthurium andreanum in places exposed to drafts. His favorite place will be a warm room with abundant humidity.
Light: As a good indoor plant, it needs sunlight, but never direct, otherwise the leaves can suffer burns. The most recommended is to place it near a window and protect it from the sun's rays with a curtain.
Irrigation: water every three days in summer and once a week in winter. The earth must be moist at all times and does not tolerate puddles. Tip: in summer spray the leaves with water to prevent them from turning yellow.
Nutrients:a good way to stimulate flowering is to provide nutrients for a plant's flowering process. Fertilize the Red Anthurium from spring to autumn. Follow the directions for CitySens nutrients.
Humidity: It requires high humidity, so its leaves must be sprayed throughout the year.