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Anthurium plowmanii, Anthurium Plowmanii Ruffles

Anthurium plowmanii

Anthurium Plowmanii Ruffles
Family: Araceae
Origin: South America
USDA Zone: 9-11?
USDA Plant Hardiness MapSmall plant 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterUnusual colorUltra tropical, minimal temperature 55F

Anthurium plowmanii attractive foliage is glossy and deep green in color with a glossy sheen. Anthurium plowmanii is a small shrub, typically growing 2-5 ft. Growing Anthurium plowmanii is especially rewarding due to the plant's unusual color and exotic look. Many have hairs on the surface of the leaf blade, giving it a striking velvet texture.

Anthurium plowmanii is an epiphyte, meaning it grows on trees, rocks and even other plants. Anthurium plowmanii prefers a temperate to warm environment. This means that it should not be exposed to temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit). When growing Anthurium plowmanii, the soil should be kept at moderate moisture and well-drained soils. Additionally, Anthurium plowmanii can survive in shady and semi-shady areas as long as there is some light.

In colder climates, Anthurium plowmanii can thrive if it is grown in a pot. When outdoor temperatures begin to drop, Anthurium plowmanii should be brought indoors or into a heated greenhouse. Ensure the potting mix drains well and isn't waterlogged. Furthermore, a thick layer of mulch should be spread over the pot to provide insulation and retain moisture. Making sure the plant is adequately watered and the soil is never allowed to completely dry out will help keep your plant healthy and thriving.


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