December is the month to get together with friends and family for more elaborate dining. Using anthuriums is an easy way to add a special touch to these gatherings. That’s because this colourful cut flower and houseplant is perfect for table decorations, no matter what the style: from lavish and elaborate to retro, and from minimalistic to romantic. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be giving you a number of ideas for incorporating anthuriums in your holiday decorations.

Anthuriums in Christmas decorations

You’re giving the big Christmas dinner, but what if there’s no room on your table for a beautiful bouquet or plant? Fortunately, there are plenty of other ways to incorporate anthuriums into your Christmas decor and make your home even more inviting. One of them is to create a colourful accent by filling a container with red or white anthurium plants:

4 ideas for incorporating anthuriums in Christmas decorations
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Or place an anthurium plant in an attractive pot on a sideboard accompanied by candles and Christmas baubles in the same colour:

4 ideas for incorporating anthuriums in Christmas decorations
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Anthuriums also make the perfect addition to a Christmas wreath. Why not make this a unique do-it-yourself project using orange-red anthuriums? This link tells you how:

4 ideas for incorporating anthuriums in Christmas decorations
Draad & Spijker

Since the anthurium has a sturdy leafless stem, it’s perfect for decorating the Christmas dinner table. This link gives you even more creative ideas.

4 ideas for incorporating anthuriums in Christmas decorations
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After your dinner, you might want to enjoy your anthurium flowers even longer. Trim 5 centimetres from their stems and place the flowers in a clean vase filled with tap water. You can read more about caring for your anthuriums here.