Change the water often, every 5-7 days or sooner if the water turns discolored. A transparent jar will help you to check the water level and development of roots.
Mostly tap water includes chlorine, so it will be better to use purified, well, spring, lake, or river water for growing anthuriums. If you are using tap water, allow it to sit overnight.
Note: Allow the water to reach room temperature before replacing the old water. Cold water can shock the plant, and hot water will cook it.
Fertilize the plant with a weak dose of balanced liquid fertilizer once in 1 or 2 months to encourage growth. 1/2 or 1 teaspoon in 2 gallons of water would suffice.
You can also use fish aquarium water to feed the plant. Mix 1/3 of it in regular freshwater.
Plants/Flowers might have slight variations in color, texture, finish, and size. You can expect there will be some differences from what is displayed on our website because you are choosing a one-of-a-kind piece from our mother nature.
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