How to make plants bloom again?
You’ve probably had this happen before. You buy a beautiful plant expecting it to produce lots of flowers. However, except for a few little flowers, the rest won’t open. You don’t want to throw the plant away just yet, but it doesn’t look very appealing. Fortunately, there’s a solution for this problem! Read more
How to propagate Anthuriums by cuttings?
Do you have an Anthurium plant that’s so pretty that you’d like to have another just like it? Well, you can, just by propagate Anthuriums by cuttings. It’s easier than you might think – and fun to do, too! Read more
How to use Anthurium fertilizer: here are some tips
Do you have a beautiful pot Anthurium that’s no longer producing that many flowers? If so, it’s probably a good idea think about a fertilizer made especially for Anthuriums since it contains essential nutrients and a rich blend of trace elements. Read more
How to move houseplants to your new home
If you going to move houses, your plants will come along of course. They will immediately provide atmosphere and decoration in your new home. Making a house a home. But, what’s the best way to move houseplants? Read more
Not great with houseplants? 5 reasons to buy Anthuriums
Do you like to have houseplants but you’re terrible in taking care of them? What if we told you there’s a way to get houseplants that bloom for months with minimal effort? Here are five reasons why you should have Anthuriums. Read more
Flowering: tips on how to produce new Anthurium flowers
With the right care and regular fertilization, the Anthurium plant produces new flowers throughout the year, but generally flowers for about three months. After three months, its cycle starts again. So don’t throw it away if it doesn’t bloom for a while! This article gives you flowering tips on how to produce new Anthurium flowers. Read more
Here are the newest Anthuriums
Several new Anthurium varieties have been developed lately. Each and every one is special, distinctive and useful for various purposes. Whether it be a grand plant arrangement or a modest bouquet. Here are the new Anthurium flowers and plants!
The positive effects of plants
Plants are essential for life on Earth. The presence of plants releases enough oxygen into the air and provides food. As autotrophic organisms (that convert sunlight into energy through their ability to photosynthesise) plants are the main producers of oxygen, and therefore the basis for most food chains. Read more
Endless Anthurium: these are the different types of Anthuriums
Anthurium varieties are extremely diverse: they are available in a wide range of sizes and versions. You can choose from pot plants and cut flowers, and the shape of their flowers can vary as well. Read more
Anthurium as the main flower of the Easter celebration in Rome in 2021
During the annual Easter celebration, which takes place in Rome on April 11 2021, floral designer Paul Deckers chooses the Anthurium this year as the main flower for the decoration of St. Peter’s Square. Read more
How sustainable are Anthuriums?
Sustainability is an important theme for many in 2020. We are increasingly aware of the impact we as humans have on the environment, and we want to reduce this. Read more
How do plants absorb water?
How do plants absorb water? Usually, we simply take this process for granted, but have you ever wondered how it actually works? We wondered this, too, so we did a little research. Read more
Here are the various colours of Anthuriums as cut flowers and plants
Anthuriums are available in many different sizes and varieties. You can buy them as pot plants or cut flowers in large or small-flowered varieties. Their flowers also vary in shape: choose from heart-shaped, tulip-shaped or elongated flowers. Read more
5 interesting facts about the anthurium pot plant and cut flower
In addition to its decorative good looks and modest care requirements, there are even more interesting facts about the anthurium that you might not know. So wouldn’t it be nice to be able to tell the guests at your next dinner party a little more about these special plants? Read more
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
The genus name Anthurium is derived from the Greek ‘Anthos’ and ‘Oura’. The literal translation of this is ‘flowering tail’. Read more
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about Anthuriums
Always wanted to know how long an Anthurium blooms, or how many varieties there are? On this page you will find an overview of questions & answers. Read more
Peter blogs about everything going on in and around the Anthurium nursery
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. Read more