Healthy ánd beautiful

Anthuriums are not only beautiful, but they also ensure a healthier environment.

The plants remove toxic substances such as benzene, formaldehyde and ammonia from the air. They exude substances that kill moulds and viruses thus keeping us healthier.

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Carmen

Carmen shows you all the things you can do with plants and flowers in the home. The possibilities are endless and for that you really don’t need to have green fingers!

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Barbara

This creative all-rounder writes about the most interesting, most inspiring sustainable ideas with flowers and plants: from decorating your own vases with the children to hanging plants in the kitchen. All about green issues, and easy reading.

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Peter

As a passionate modern nurseryman Peter has a clear vision of what durable cultivation should be. His passion comes out in his blog when telling about the origin of the Anthurium, how to give the best care and the vast assortment.

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Hetty

Hetty is the Anthurium ambassador. All the flowers and plants in Hetty’s home are in perfect condition. How does she do that? Hetty reveals her secrets and shares the best care tips and tricks.

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Jordy

Cheerful, passionate, ambitious and always in search of interesting events and forms of recreation; that’s Jordy in a nutshell. As far as he’s concerned there will be no shops or restaurants in the near future without plants or flowers. This growing trend makes him very happy.

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Bob

This creative guy with his infectious enthusiasm has turned his passion into his work. Right from a young age Bob was passionate about plants and flowers; and he’s now been the owner of a flower shop for more than 15 years.

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Anthurium flowers set the scene for Ronald Kolk’s haute couture show

On the evening of 4 September couturier Ronald Kolk transformed the large Piquézaal at Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands, into a living canvas to display his 2017 winter collection. Read more

No tropical bouquet is complete without anthurium

When we think of summer, we think of clear blue skies, bright sunshine, cheerful colours and all the flowers in bloom. The evenings are longer and we spend much more time outdoors – the holidays are here. Read more

Wildernis shows how well anthuriums fit into their range and interior

The new houseplant and urban garden shop Wildernis shows how well anthuriums fit into their range and interior.  Read more

Revival of the flamingo flower – from elegant to cool

Floral designer Klaus Wagener is fascinated by the anthurium’s versatility. Design and trends are his business. Read more

Stylist Elize Eveleens’ remarkable bond with Anthuriums

Stylist Elize Eveleens has had innumerable quantities of flowers and plants in front of her lens for her work. But these two photographs with Anthuriums are amongst her personal favourites. Read more

Anthuriums bring back the peace of the past

From London to Paris, trendwatcher Alex Speelman is seeing a significant number of interiors and fashion stores that are making extensive use of plants for their styling again. And Anthuriums are thereby doing well as a ‘bringer of peace’. Read more

Bringing ‘City jungle’ to your home with blue Anthuriums

No matter whether it is clothing, household appliances, flowers or plants, trendwatcher Sandra Könings always adds a personal touch – always looking for ways to make products more beautiful.  Read more

Anthurium June houseplant of the month

The anthurium is the houseplant of the month for June. Thus rugged, strong plant with its stylish air is attractive to look at and has a timeless beauty: the anthurium is the sort of housemate you can never get enough of!
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The best position for a happy Anthurium

Anthuriums like to stand in a very well lighted place, but do not like direct sunlight. Read more

How to water

Anthuriums like water, but in moderation.  Read more

Flowering

With the right care and regular fertilisation, the anthurium plant produces new flowers throughout the year, but generally flowers for about three months.  Read more

Coloured leaves

When the Anthurium has brown leaf edges and leaf tips it is getting too much or too little water. Read more

Repotting

If your anthurium has grown too big for the pot, then repotting is a good idea. Read more

FAQ

For how long does an Anthurium flower?

The Anthurium can flower throughout the year, but generally flowers for about three months. Read more

Origin

The genus name Anthurium is derived from the Greek ‘Anthos’ and ‘Oura’. The literal translation of this is ‘flowering tail’. Read more

Varieties

There are two kinds of Anthurium; the so called ‘painted anthurium’ and the flamingo flower plant. In this article you’ll read all about these varieties. Read more

Beautiful and healthy

Anthuriums are not only beautiful, but they also ensure a healthier environment. The plants remove toxic substances such as benzene, formaldehyde and ammonia from the air. They exude substances that kill moulds and viruses thus keeping us healthier. Read more

Availability

Anthuriums are available in all sizes and varieties: from pot plants to cut flowers and in large and small flowered varieties. The flower shapes also vary; from heart-shaped to tulip- and elongated forms.

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A colorful spring bouquet in a few steps

Every season you can add your creativity to new and colorful bouquets with Anthuriums. Let us inspire you with pictures and see how you can easily create those bouquets yourself in a few steps. Read more

Get more out of your plant

Your plant looks good on the windowsill, but there are so many ways of doing more with plants in your interior. Here are a number of interesting tips about plants in the home. The possibilities are endless and for that you really don’t need to have green fingers! Read more