• Light Requirements

    This plant appreciates bright, indirect light. Keep it in a well-lit spot, but out of direct sunlight. Direct exposure to the sun can burn the leaves. Though it can survive in shadier spots, you’ll get fewer flowers.  

  • Submerging

    Submerge 3/4 of the moss ball in a bowl of potable, or rain water until it’s saturated.


    10 min in water every 10 days.


    10 min in water every 14 days.

    Remove the ball from the water, let the excess water drip for about 20 min and place it back in its place. 

  • Plant Food

    The moss ball is already enriched with the necessary plant food to keep your plant nourished for the first 2 to 3 months. Beyond that, the anthurium will benefit from a dose of diluted liquid fertilizer once a month during Spring and Summer. Avoid to do it during Fall and Winter.

    Recommended Fertilizers:
    We the Wild

    Scotts Super Bloom

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