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This flowering species from the Araceae family is commonly known as a “taliflower”. Anthurium is native to Central and South America. These beautiful flowers can be found blooming in humid regions of Mexico and Argentina. Anthurium is on NASAs’s air purifying plants list and makes a fantastic addition to the home or office.
Anthurium is known by a variety of names including “flamingo flower”, and “laceleaf”, but is most commonly referred to as “taliflower”. This flowering Araceae is known worldwide for its beauty, but is native to Central and South America.
Taliflower is used to being under the cover of the canopy and prefers indirect sunlight. Though Anthurium is capable of growing in low-light settings, it will thrive in bright, filtered sunlight. These light requirements make taliflower a popular choice as an indoor ornamental plant.
Not only is Anthurium strikingly gorgeous, it's remarkably easy to care for. Finding time to water your plants can be difficult, but Anthurium only needs to be watered once per week. The occasional, monthly misting will help this plant feel at home. Don’t worry about watering a few days late, taliflowers tend to be pretty resilient.
It's a good idea to keep Anthurium inaccessible to pets. These plants contain calcium oxalate crystals that are toxic to cats and dogs.
If you're looking to liven up your home or office, treat yourself to clean air and exotic beauty with Anthurium!