4" Anthurium podophyllum
Medium to bright indirect light
Allow soil to dry halfway before watering
Anthurium podophyllum is a unique species of Anthurium from Mexico. They have a terrestrial growth habit, but the best part about this species are their leaves. As Anthurium Podophyllum matures, their leaves begin to take on a very lacy appearance and closely resemble the leaves of Philodendron warszewicsii!
Anthurium podophyllum care:
This species prefers to dry out between watering but doesn't need as much humidity as your typical Anthurium! Provide your new plant with bright indirect light and watch it thrive!
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.
Love this plant. Arrived in great condition. This anthurium has very thick and leathery leaves. I love touching it. Can’t wait for it to grow.
The plant arrived in the NE during winter perfectly healthy and looking as good as the picture
I look forward to this plant Canopy plant company grew for me. It is healthy and in good shape. There was no set back from shipping and has acclimated to my house well. It has great roots and pretty leaves.