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Anthurium argyrostachyum is a captivating species within the Anthurium genus, distinguished by its unique and decorative foliage. This plant is native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America, where it thrives in the humid, understory environment. The leaves of Anthurium argyrostachyum are its most notable feature, being elongated, heart-shaped, and displaying a deep green color with a glossy surface. What makes this plant particularly eye-catching are the silvery-white veins that crisscross the leaves, creating a stunning contrast against the dark foliage. These veins are not just visually appealing but also aid in the plant's photosynthesis process in low-light conditions. Anthurium argyrostachyum prefers a warm and humid atmosphere, similar to its natural habitat, and does best in indirect, filtered light. It requires well-draining soil and consistent but moderate watering, ensuring the soil remains moist but not waterlogged. While it may bloom with inconspicuous flowers, it's primarily grown for its ornamental leaves. This plant is relatively easy to care for, making it a delightful addition to indoor plant collections, especially for those seeking to add a touch of tropical elegance to their space.

Inver 2 mesa 27 grupo Ab

Climate Intermediate
Air Circulation Medium
Light Medium
Humidity Medium
Fertilizer Bimonthly
Size Medium
Fragrant No

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Very happy with the quality

Excellent roots and stunning leaves, slightly small but beyond worth it

This plant arrived with 6 leaves, 3 of which seem to be very tiny leaves developing on a new offshoot (maybe 2 inches long, half inch wide leaves). The others 3 were all about 6-7 inches long and 2-3 inches wide and just absolutely stunning. I have many anthurium, including various velvety ones, but this is the first I've received with this particular type of velvety texture. It's got this subdued glittery sheen, and is more tense and papery than the crystal-magnificum group of velvety anthurium. The roots were in excellent condition and coming out of the tiny nursery pot, and 3 weeks later the plant has pushed out a new baby leaf from the young offshoot and is about to push a new leaf out from the main growth point. I've had it in my ambient 55-70 humidity and it's done fine. Highly recommend this plant!

Root Rot

I was really sad that my plant showed up in bad soil. It's generally recommended to wait at least a week before repotting. So I did. And the roots were all rotted.
Unfortunately because the leaves were in good shape and it's beautiful. I'm hoping to save it