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Anthurium Gelombang Cinta | Bird’s Nest Anthurium | Anthurium Plowmanii

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Defined with its large wavy matte-looking leaves, Bird’s Nest Anthurium is ready to be a defined centerpiece in your home space

Unkillable
Low light
Ø Pot 15cm
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Product Details

ANamed in honor of botanist Timothy Plowman, the Bird’s Nest Anthurium originally grew as an epiphyte. Their giant aerial roots are used to cling on to trees. They can grow so large that they may fall to the ground because of their own weight. Nonetheless, because they are so versatile, they are able to continue to grow as a terrestrial plant once they detached themselves from a tree. Easily adaptable, often they are the remaining evergreen plants in a tropical forest to continue to grow during the dry season. 

Having an origin background that is able to handle different kinds of terrain, they are known to be plants with minimum care and can tolerate low humidity rooms, making them a wonderful addition to your home.

Fun fact!
The plant once gained wide popularity in Indonesia back in the 2000s and their price was significantly expensive. There was even a time where home burglars were targeting to steal the plant in people’s backyard instead of other valuables! 

Botanists, farmers and other horticultural actors later on democratize the growth, access and price of the plants, making the Bird’s Nest Anthurium to be affordable and accessible to consumers.

Things you need to know

Botanical name
Anthurium Plowmanii

Origin
Western and northern Brazil into Peru, Bolivia and Paraguay

Nickname
Anthurium Gelombang Cinta
Bird’s Nest Anthurium
Anthurium Fruffles

 

Weight2 kg
Dimensions20 × 20 × 20 cm
Size

Table, Floor

Size pot

Ø Pot 15cm, 25cm

Difficulty

Unkillable

Light Level

Low light

Pet/Baby Friendly

No

Air purifying

Yes

Make your Bird’s Nest Anthurium feel like they are home by tending it with…

Light
  • Loves most in bright indirect light
  • Tolerates low light
  • Avoid direct sunlight
Water
  • Water only when the topsoil has dried
  • If kept indoors, less watering is required
  • Mist it generously to increase humidity
  • Keep the soil on the dry side as constant moisture can lead to root rot
Temperature & Humidity
  • Loves you more if given high humidity
  • Prefers warm temperatures
  • Tolerates dry conditions
  • Keep away from cold drafts
Placement
  • Kitchen, Bathroom or Living Room
  • Place near windows
  • Corners of the room
  • Great for hallways

A gentle giant, Bird’s Nest Anthurium is a hassle-free plant, tolerating low lights and irregular watering

Usually bought together with..