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Anthurium Veitchii / King Anthurium
28012, Madrid, ES,
The King Anthurium is native to Colombia. Did you know that the name “Veitchii” comes from John Veitch, and owner of the most famous plant nursery in London from the 18th to the 20th century? Veitch is personally responsible for bringing this, and many other tropical plants to Europe.
PLEASE NOTE that all our europeans orders will be shipped on Mondays only, due to be less risky to the plant. And Spain orders between Mondays to Wednesday, depends on the day it was ordered and how many days it needs to be processed.
The shipping provider for orders outside Spain is UPS, and since this is an expensive plant, we can also ship it with Insurance option. Just message me after paying the “regular” one and we can arrange how we can do this.
Since shipping is at your own risk in case of loss or packing damage, we do recommend this option for such plants.
Please contact me to any other option you prefer or for any question. I’ll be glad to talk to you.
Available for local shipment
???? Light: Bright or semi-bright. Avoid direct sunlight.
It can survive with poor light.
???? Watering: In summer, keep the soil humid always without drowning the roots.
Wait for the soil to be ALMOST dry to water during winter.
???? Humidity: Spray from at least 15cm.
You can put a little tray with rocks nearby to keep the ambient humid, but never let the pot be submerged in water.
????️ Temp:for indoor plants it’s between 20ºC y 28ºC, trying to never be under 15ºC or over 35ºC.
???????????????????????? Soil: They’re semi epiphytes native to the canopies of tropical rainforests. They use their roots to anchor themselves on trees. Then gather water and nutrients from the surrounding environment, not by parasitizing the tree. They require a very rich soil.
Fertilising: Bimonthly (every two weeks).