4" Anthurium Fingers (pedatoradiatum)
Medium to bright indirect light
Allow soil to dry halfway before watering
Anthurium Fingers is a rather unusual, yet easy to care for plant. As it matures the leaves spread out and resemble a hand with fingers! Anthurium Fingers closely resembles Anthurium podophyllum, except their leaves don't get as deeply lobed.
Anthurium Fingers tends to be a fairly easy growing plant. While they don't have showy flowers, their foliage makes up for that!
Caring for your Anthurium Fingers is pretty easy. This plant prefers a well draining soil that is rich in organic matter. Allow your plant to dry out about 3/4 of the way before watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water. Provide it with medium to bright indirect light.
Anthurium is a large genus of ornamental, mostly epiphytic plants. Some species of Anthurium do have a terrestrial growth habit.
Anthurium are native to tropical areas of Latin America. They grow in a wide variety of climates, ranging from lowland to higher elevations. Certain species need high humidity, while others will grow just fine in ambient household humidity.
Their foliage varies greatly, with some having thick corrugated textures and others with velvety textures.
Anthurium prefer a well draining soil, rich in organic matter.
They are prized for their ease of care and their sometimes showy, colorful flowers.
Anthurium can thrive in lower light but grow faster in brighter indirect light.
I love my Anthurium pedatoradiatum 'Fingers', it looks like The Grinch’s hands! Arrived quickly and in excellent condition! Love different shaped leaved and this one is so fun!