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Anthurium Crystalinum

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Soil

Don’t stick your crystal anthurium in any old, random potting soil you find kicking around your garage. This plant needs an airy and well-draining mix to flourish.

Try mixing up a blend of two parts potting soil with one part perlite and one part peat moss (or more sustainable coconut coir). This helps promote consistent moisture and exposes the roots to enough oxygen while minimizing the chance of waterlogging. If you don’t want to make your own mix, opt for high-quality orchid soil and add a little gravel and perlite.

Water

While your crystal anthurium appreciates consistent moisture, that doesn’t mean dousing it with loads of water. Root rot is a common cause of demise due to overwatering and soggy soil. Wait until the top couple of inches of potting mix dries out before watering again. Stick your finger into the soil to check rather than estimating dryness by sight or on a strict schedule.

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Keep the plant in bright, indirect light. Prepare well-draining soil. Keep the soil consistently moist but do not let the plant sit in water. Maintain high humidity levels, possibly requiring a terrarium or indoor greenhouse. Fertilize lightly during the growing season.

Support your crystal anthurium with a moss pole or trellis to climb. Light One of the key conditions to help your crystal anthurium thrive is getting it right with light. These plants are lovers of bright but indirect light. This shouldn’t come as a surprise when, in their native environment, they are sitting under a dappled rainforest canopy.

Too much direct sunlight will damage your plant’s show-stopping but sensitive veined foliage, and too little means you won’t get to appreciate the size and patterns that you would expect. An east-facing window is typically a top spot. If you only have a south-facing position, add a sheer curtain to filter some of the light.

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