Light: Thrives in bright indirect light but can tolerate medium indirect light. The more light the plant receives, the more flowers your plant will produce. Avoid expose it to full, direct sunlight. During the winter they can handle less light.
Watering: Water when the top 50% of soil is dry. Overwatering causes yellow leaf tips and underwatering causes brown leaf tips.
Temperature: Temps of 55° or warmer are best. Avoid drafty windows.
Humidity: Provide extra humidity by placing in bathroom or kitchen (with bright, indirect light), using a humidifier or partially filled pebble tray.
Toxicity: Toxic to pets
Maintenance: Remove fading or dying flowers as this helps the plant focus its energy on new growth. The Anthurium's blooms aren’t actual flowers, but modified waxy leaves known as spathes. After about a month, spathes will start to fade with age.
Yellowing leaves: indicates too much direct sunlight.
New flowers are green instead of red or pink: suggests too much sunlight.
Flowers are turning pale green: suggests underwatering or temperature stress.
Leaf elongation: indicates not enough light or plant is too far away from a light source.