Is the Flamingo Flower toxic?
The Flamingo Flower is considered to be moderately toxic to humans and animals. When you come in contact with, or ingest, its sap or flowers, it may cause irritation of the skin and throat, as well as stomach pains. Animals are more dangerously impacted, and can suffer from complications such as choking, vomiting and severe mouth and throat ulcerations. Avoid placing this plant within the reach of pets and children.
What’s the ideal temperature?
The Flamingo Flower enjoys the temperature range of 65° - 75°F (18° - 24° C). It is more than likely that you will not have to make any adjustments in your home, but still try to avoid placing this plant in an area that experiences fluctuations in temperature, such as near drafty doors or AC units.
What’s the ideal humidity level?
The Flamingo Flower enjoys especially humid environments, and it will grow very well under the conditions presented in your home. If you feel like your plant might need some extra humidity during the drier months, you can mist its leaves using a water bottle.
Does it purify the air?
Yes, the Flamingo Flower is considered to be a natural air purifier!