Bali Anthurium

For a little taste of the tropics, introduce a Bali Anthurium to your home. With a bit of care, you’ll enjoy big, bright blooms during the spring and summer.


Bali Anthuriums come from parts of the world with lots of humidity and mostly mild winters. They grow at a slow to moderate pace, with more growth during the warm, sunny months of the year. Anthuriums are perfect for entryways because they often symbolize warm welcomes and abundance! When your Anthurium blooms, be sure to remove flowers that appear dry or faded. Removing these flowers will help the plant focus on creating new growth. Flowers are most likely to occur in the spring and summer months.

Light: While your Bali Anthurium can tolerate low and indirect light, it will grow best in bright, indirect light. Watch closely as your plant acclimates--too much direct sunlight might burn the leaves.

Watering: Water your Bail Anthurium when the soil is dry to your touch. It’s important to avoid overwatering, as they are somewhat prone to root rot. If you live in a drier climate, it will be essential to mist your Anthurium regularly. You may also choose to use an indoor humidifier to help create more moisture in the air.

Food: Your Bail Anthurium will not need frequent fertilizing. Plan to feed it about once every season, using fertilizer for houseplants. To encourage healthy blooms, look for a fertilizer with a higher amount of phosphorus.

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For a little taste of the tropics, introduce a Bali Anthurium to your home.

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