Endless Flowering consists of a wide range of beautiful pot Anthuriums grown with a lot of passion and love. You immediately recognize the love, attention and care that every Anthurium receives.

Anthuriums

Our Anthuriums are available in the following pot sizes; 9cm, 12cm, 17cm, 21cm and 27cm. Each size has its own quality and strength. From mini version to large eye-catcher in the room.

A new pot Anthurium takes 7 years to put itself on the market. This long process is therefore a satisfaction to finally see the plant in the shops.

We have many different types of pot Anthuriums in our collection. A new trend that we see is the special compact anthurium series (Multi flora Compacta), which has a distinctive appearance, it is compact, has much smaller flowers and a full plant structure. A real “one-of-a-kind” product group that is exclusively available from us.

Caring Tips

Water your plant to its needs, it depends on the weather outside and your room temperature inside. Keep the soil moist but not soaking wet. 

Summer months: approx. twice a week

Other months: approx. once a week

We love to place the anthurium close to the window but during summer months keep it from direct sunlight, as your plant will get burn marks from the sun. 
Summer months: keep it away from direct sunlight
Other months: natural daylight, close to the window

Keep your anthurium at room temperature. Perfect temperature would be 19 till 21 degrees 🙂 


Did you know that an anthuriums provides clean air which improves your health and direct surroundings. This has been scientific acknowledged by NASA. The more anthuriums the cleaner the air 😉

Do not eat the plant.

Collection

F.A.Q

Keep the anthurium flowering

Who doesn’t like new flowers? Anthuriums bloom throughout the year about 3 times for a period of three months. If your Anthurium hasn’t produced new flowers for over 3 months, there are a few steps you can do. Place your plant closer to a window with more daylight, do not water it more than once a week, and check your local shop for Anthurium fertiliser.


The best location for anthuriums

Anthuriums do not like direct sunlight during the hot summer months and prefer a light place with normal daylight. You recognise the best location when you see new flowers. When it is to dark it will not flower as much. Keep it away from a hot radiator. 

yellow leafs and brown flowers

When you have yellow spots on one or more leafs it means that the anthurium gets too much sunlight. Try to place your plant a bit further away but still in a spot where daylight finds the plant.

When the new leafs stay lighter green it means that it is getting too little daylight and needs to be placed a bit more towards a lighter space. 

Old leafs that turn fully brown or yellow can be easily removed by pulling it out. The best part of that is that it provides you new leafs and flowers once you removed old leafs and flowers.


Can I eat the anthurium

An anthurium is NOT to be consumed, which means that you can not eat it. It is a natural grown plant that originated from the tropical forrest but as many other plants not everything that is green can be eaten ;-). 

If for some reason you friend on for legs or anyone else eats it by accident it is not an emergency but we advise to contact your local doctor.

repot into a bigger size pot

Anthuriums can grow under good circumstances quite quick. This means that at some point you need a bigger pot size 🙂 So what to do then? 

Always do this during the spring as the lighting outside will stimulate the plant more for growing and rooting in it’s new pot. Make sure that the diameter is 25% bigger then it’s previous pot. Use anthurium soil to fill up the pot with some extra anthurium feed. Make the soil moist but not soaking wet and give it time to grow.


Any special way to cut flowers?

When we ourselves prepare the plant for export we clean the plant by pulling out carefully old leafs or flowers. This way you get the full stem and the growing process will stimulate flowering of a new stem or flower. 

You can also use a scissor but always be careful for not damaging or cutting a good flower or leaf as the chance is bigger that you hit something other then the old leaf or flower.