Anthurium plants are wonderful creations of Mother Nature. And the Anthurium magnificum isn’t an exception.
They are related to Philodendrons and originate from warmer climates, particularly South America.
This Anthurium plant has large leather-like leaves. They’re a lush dark green with bright white contrasting veins. Some leaves even turn a coppery color that shines in the light.
For an Anthurium magnificum plant, bright indirect light is of utmost importance. Since it originates from tropical climates, it thrives on the warmth and light the sun brings. But on the same hand, these plants are partially sheltered by bigger plants and trees. This plant isn’t used to direct sunlight so it damages the Anthurium’s leaves.
You have to keep an Anthurium magnificum plant well hydrated. The soil should always be moist during their growing season, from March to September. But you still have to be careful not to over-water your Anthurium. Over-watering is one of the deadliest things you can do to a plant.
The plant pictured is the exact plant you will receive.