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Anthurium Superbum

Anthurium Superbum

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Anthurium ‘Superbum’ Houseplant — The enormous leaves and vibrant neon blossoms bring a touch of both elegance and exotic allure to this tropical plant. It possesses a captivating charm that exerts a magnetic pull, instantly captivating the attention of your guests as they step into your home.

Botanical Classification: Anthurium superburn

Common Names: Bird’s Nest Anthurium


Light. Indirect light to bright light — make sure to place it close to or on a window sill to see it grow in vibrant color. Too much full sun can scorch the plant and discolor it

Water. Careful of overwatering— the more light & warmth the plant gets, the more water will be needed. Allow the soil to dry out in between watering.

Humidity. Thrive in humidity.

Food. During the spring and summer months, nourish your plant by providing monthly feedings. Opt for a fertilizer that is either high in nitrogen or specifically formulated for Anthurium plants. It's essential to dilute the fertilizer to half the recommended strength and apply it exclusively to damp soil for optimal growth and well-being.

Toxicity. Toxic to pets

  • Returns & Insurance

    There is a five day "New Home" adjustment period is standard with all plant purchases. This period begins at the time of purchase and covers plants that have received "reasonable" care. Accidental death, heat damage, over watering, under watering, etc is not covered.