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12 Anthurium various colors

  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors
  • 12 Anthurium various colors

12 Anthurium various colors

These beautiful Anthriums you can order in multiple colors (1 color per box). You can also order a mixed box with several colors of Anthuriums.

Select below the color that you wish to receive.

The indicated price is valid for a box of 12 stems.

35.90

ANTHURIUM
Exotic long lasting beauty
Apart from all the bling bling, this flower has another advantage: The anthurium has the longest vase life of all cut flowers.

COLOURS AND SHAPES
Did you know that the anthurium flower is not the brightly coloured spathe , but the spadix (the ‘finger’ that sticks out from the spathe)? This spathe  is available in shiny white, red, pink, purple, orange, green and multi-coloured leaves.

SYMBOLISM
Given its appearance and origin, the anthurium symbolises exotic beauty. The name anthurium derives from the Greek words ‘anthos’ and ‘oura’ which means ‘bloom’ and ‘tail’. Very appropriate.

ORIGIN
The anthurium originates from Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Columbia and Venezuela. The French botanicus Eduard André discovered the flower in 1876 in Columbia and Ecuador. He was a busy man as he also discovered orchids, bromeliads and various calla lilies.  Then he brought them all back to Europe. Thank you Eduard!

CARING FOR THE ANTHURIUM
Cut the stems off with a sharp knife,
Place the anthurium in a clean vase with clean water,
You don’t have to add cut flower food,
Don’t place the anthurium in a draught, above the radiator or in full sun.

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