An anthurium plant produces new flowers all year round, if you care for it the right way. Usually it blooms in cycles of three months flowering, a few months without flowering, and then three months of flowering again. It also depends on the season. During the winter, the anthurium generally has fewer flowers. But during spring and summer, the plant wakens from its hibernation and it flowers more. In this article we’ll tell more about how to bring an anthurium plant back to life.
Also see: Anthurium care: 7 tips for anthurium cut flowers and pot plants
How to bring an anthurium plant back to life
If your anthurium plant has shiny leaves and is producing new flowers, you don’t have to worry. Your plant is in good condition and probably will flower for many years.
But if your Anthurium hasn’t produced flowers for a while, there are a few things you can do:
- Place your plant in a lighter spot, but not in direct sunlight
- Water it only once a week
- Give it a little extra plant feed
- You could repot your plant, in this article you can read how
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In early spring, stop giving your anthurium plant plant feed for six weeks, and give it a little less water. When the temperatures rises and the sun is shining more again, you can start giving a bit more water and plant feed again. This generally ensures the anthurium will produce new flowers quite quickly. Firstly you will see a new leaf, secondly you will see a new flower. Good luck and enjoy!
Need more anthurium inspiration? Have a look at this Pinterest board, filled with beautiful anthurium plants!