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Purple Hookeri Bird’s Nest Anthurium

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3-in-1 Moisture Meter

Take the guesswork out of watering and light. Quickly and easily determine your plants water and light levels, along with pH value.

  • No batteries required
  • Easy to read moisture, light, and pH levels with large dial.
  • Perfect for Indoor or Outdoor Plants.
  • How to Use: Simply insert moisture meter 3-4 inches into the soil, toggle switch to test moisture, light, or pH level you would like to measure.
  • Designed only for testing soil. Please be sure to not touch stone or hard rock soil.
  • ***Please note that pH test value cannot be applied to any other liquid than water.

Natural Root Stimulant

Natural probiotics, organics, and moisture control gel boost root growth. Invigorates existing plants, reduces transplant shock and accelerates establishment of new plants. This all natural product will not burn roots.

When Transplanting: Apply between new soil and plant so stimulant touches root ball.

For Existing Plants: Apply stimulant 2-3 inches below top of soil.

Use the proper amount for each pot size:
6″ Pot: ½ Pack
8-10″ Pot: 1 Pack
12-14″ pot: 2 Packs

Organic Outdoor Potting Mix

PlantVine’s Organic Outdoor Potting Soil is time-tested and proven to help your outdoor potted plants thrive. This is our best all-purpose mix, and a smart choice for a wide variety of outdoor plants, flowers and vegetables. The all natural ingredients are specially blended to provide excellent long term drainage, high air porosity and good water holding capability. This mix contains no artificial fertilizers or chemicals. Each bag contains 128 oz of soil.

Repotting:
6” pot into an 8-10” planter: About 1.5 bags
8-10” pot into a 12-14” planter: About 3 bags

Soluble Fertilizer

Great for indoor and outdoor potted plants, this fertilizer quickly dissolves in water, making fertilizing as quick and simple as possible. Just mix 1 teaspoon (scoop included) with 1 gallon of water, and water as normal. Makes 48 gallons.

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Scientific Name: Anthurium hookeri ‘Purple’

Common Names: Bird’s Nest Anthurium

Overview: Immerse yourself in the exotic charm of the Anthurium hookeri ‘Purple’. A rare variant of the hookeri species, this plant is a standout with its vibrant purple-hued foliage. The broad, rippled leaves are coated with a stunning glossy finish, enhancing the visual impact of its deep, royal purple color. Each leaf features prominently veined patterns that add an extra layer of intrigue to its display. Easy to care for, Anthurium hookeri ‘Purple’ prefers indirect light and regular watering, making it a delightful addition for both beginner and experienced plant enthusiasts.

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Description

A Lush Addition to Your Jungle-Scape

Bird’s Nest Anthurium (Anthurium hookeri) is a striking, tropical plant known for its lush, glossy green leaves that grow in a rosette form, reminiscent of a bird’s nest. Though native to the rainforests of Central and South America, the Bird’s Nest Anthurium has gained popularity worldwide as a unique indoor houseplant. This plant is relatively easy to care for, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Caring for your Bird’s Nest Anthurium

Plant the Hookeri in a spot with ample space to grow. As it matures, it will reach dramatically outward. The Hookeri thrives in high humidity, well-aerated soil and partial to full shade.

Light

Bird’s Nest Anthurium prefers bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can cause the leaves to become pale and may burn the plant. It can also adapt to lower light conditions, but growth may be slower and the vibrant green color of the foliage may fade.

Water

The Bird’s Nest Anthurium appreciates consistent moisture but should never be left sitting in water. Overwatering can lead to root rot, a common issue among indoor plants. Water the plant when the top 1-2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch. It’s essential to use well-draining soil and a pot with drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.

Humidity

Bird’s Nest Anthurium thrives in temperatures ranging from 60-90°F (15-32°C). It doesn’t tolerate frost and should be kept away from drafty windows or doors during colder months. As a tropical plant, it enjoys high humidity. If your home’s air is too dry, consider using a humidifier, or place the plant on a tray of pebbles with water to increase humidity around it.

Fertilizer

Fertilize your Bird’s Nest Anthurium every 4-6 weeks during the growing season (spring through fall) with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer. In winter, reduce fertilizing to every other month as the plant’s growth slows down. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when applying fertilizer.

Repotting

Bird’s Nest Anthurium typically needs to be repotted every 2-3 years. Choose a pot that is 2 inches larger in diameter than the current pot. The best time to repot is in the spring or early summer. When repotting, use a well-draining soil mix, such as a blend of regular potting soil and perlite or orchid bark, to provide adequate drainage and air circulation to the roots.

Pruning

Pruning your Bird’s Nest Anthurium helps maintain its size and shape. You can remove any yellow or brown leaves by cutting them off at the base of the stem using clean, sharp scissors. Also, remove any flower stems that have died back to keep the plant looking tidy.

Pests and Diseases

Bird’s Nest Anthurium can occasionally attract pests like spider mites, mealybugs, and scale. If you notice small, discolored spots on the leaves or a sticky residue, it might be a sign of a pest infestation. You can treat the plant by wiping the leaves with a solution of mild soap and water or using a suitable insecticide.

Common diseases include root rot due to overwatering and leaf spot diseases caused by fungal or bacterial infections. To prevent these issues, water your plant correctly and ensure it has good air circulation.

Propagation

The easiest way to propagate Bird’s Nest Anthurium is by division during repotting. Gently separate the root ball into sections, ensuring each new plant has a set of healthy roots and leaves. Plant each division into a pot with fresh, well-draining soil.

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