Anthurium Pentaphyllum is a vining tropical aroid with a palmate-leaf, up to 18 inches wide. It has an upright purplish spadix with a lot of aerial roots. It can grow upon itself forming an upright clump to 4 feet. Anthurium Pentaphyllum grows and blooms easily in the living room.
The Anthurium genus originates in South America, but this species has been specially selected for its easy adaptability to indoor environments. Naturally you want to give such a beautiful plant the right care in order to enjoy it optimally. So start this by finding the right place in your house. The Anthurium Pentaphyllum is best placed in a place with indirect light. In addition, try to ensure that you keep the humidity high. Spray the plant well every now and then.
Watering is best done once or twice a week. Check before watering the soil of the plant. It can remain slightly moist at all times, but do make sure the roots are not constantly wet. Is the top 2 centimeter soil dry? Then give the Anthurium Macrolobium a splash of water. In summer you can give some extra nutrition to the plant once every month. Keep in mind that plant rest during the winter. In this period you can water the plant a bit less. Make sure in winter that the plant is not in a cold room.