• Anthurium Crystal Hope x cordifolium
  • Anthurium Crystal Hope x cordifolium
  • Anthurium Crystal Hope x cordifolium

Anthurium Crystal Hope x cordifolium L

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Plant species: Anthurium Crystal Hope x cordifolium 


Plant genus: Anthurium 


Plant family: Araceae 


Plant origin: Central and South America. 


Selected hybrids, size L, produced by Green Mirrors from seeds resulting from the pollination of flowers from two different plants. 

Soil drainage: well-drained, we recommend a substrate mix composed of coco coir, perlite, vermiculite, sphagnum moss, pumice 


Soil pH: acidic 


Fertilizers: Anthurium is a species that requires moderate fertilization, so we recommend using a bio fertilizer (we use the BioBizz brand for the plants we cultivate) from early March to late November. 


Air humidity: happiest at 70% - 75%, but it also thrives admirably in an environment with a lower humidity level, up to 45%-50%. Hybrids are known to be much more resistant to low humidity compared to Anthurium species. 


Temperature: 18-30 degrees Celsius 


Light: full indirect sunlight 


Height of plants including pot: 25-35cm 


Pot diameter: 9cm 


Attention! To check the moisture level of the substrate, inserting your finger into the pot to a depth of 2 cm is the best way to measure soil moisture. 

So, if you feel the substrate is wet, keep the watering can away from it for one or two days, and if it feels dry, water it. 


Attention 2! When watering, consider the pot in which the plant is planted, as well as the quantity of substrate and its aeration level. That is, do not pour a liter of water into a pot with a diameter and height of 12 cm, as you will drown the plant's roots. It is best to remove the excess water from the collection tray half an hour after watering. 


Good luck with caring for it! And don't forget to give us updates about your plant, using the hashtag #greenmirrors and tag @green.mirrors in your Instagram posts! We promise to share them in stories. 


Tags: Anthurium, Anthurium magnificum, Araceae, rare plants, unusual plants, decorative leaf plants, trailing plants, air-purifying plants, indoor decorative plants