This is probably one of the easiest Anthuriums to grow. Takes a little abuse, ie: letting it dry out a little too much sometimes, or letting it get drenched every day for a week during one of the wettest weeks I've seen. While I've not grown it in the house, it's done quite well on the porch, outside, and in the greenhouse with temperatures varying from near 100º for highs and near 50º for lows. It does best when kept moderately moist, in medium light. Gets very attractive strings of red "berries”.
No direct sunlight, as this plant is from the tropical rainforests of South America.
These are all healthy, thriving plants and we will send out the best one on shipping day. All are the same age, but there is some variability among plant sizes as of July /19/19
Freshly potted up 06/10/19. Plant pics representational . Mounted plant is the Momma of all these.