Commonly known as : Anthurium Cutucuensis
Anthurium Cutucuensis care guide
The Anthurium Cutucuensis do amazing in bright light and a well lit room. They can tolerate a medium lit room as well.
Currently these anthuriums are being grown in sphagnum moss and it’s advisable to keep them in this medium for as long as poissible – at least for another 6 months.
Keep an eye to not let them dry out completely, but ensure the sphagnum is kept moist, especially on the top.
Spagnum is fantasitic where it distributes the water and moisture through capillary action.
These plants have also only been watered with RO (reverse osmosis) water. Tap water is generally too hard and contain too many other chemicals.
Try and attain at least 60-70% humidity for the next 6 months. They can tolerate normal humidity in the house following the initial step down process, but any plant with with velvet leaves would need additional humidity to thrive.
All of these plants do have a slow release fertilizer in them which will be good forat least another 10 months. A very low dose of a water soluble fertilizer can be included each time your water – or, at least on a monthly basis.
We do not advise to repot this plant for at least 6 months to a year. If however it is time – please contact us so that we are able to give you the best mix possible to ensure the least amount of stress and a base of supplements which will ensure it’s continued growth.