Water anthuriums enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet.
Soaking Frequency: Every 5 to 7 days.
Depending on the size of your kokedama, fill a bowl, bucket or sink with room temperature water.
Place your kokedama in the water, plant side up. Push the moss ball down so that it is fully submerged and begins to absorb water. Allow to soak for 10-25 minutes, or until fully saturated with water.
Note: We use rainwater. If you use tap water, we recommend letting a bucket of water seat outside for at least 8 hours at daylight while the chlorine evaporates.
Display anthuriums in a medium or bright window or under artificial lights to encourage the most blooms. Anthuriums are great foliage plants for low light, but they won't produce flowers.
Anthuriums also appreciate warm temperatures; protect them from cold, drafty air. Like many tropical flowering houseplants, they need above-average humidity to do their best, making anthuriums excellent choices for bright kitchens or bathrooms.
These flowering houseplants aren't particularly fussy about fertilizing; you can feed them once every six months or so at a minimum. If you would like your anthurium to bloom more, you can fertilize regularly with any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. Follow the fertilizer directions on how much to use. Use liquid fertilizer adding it to the water while soaking the moss ball.
Note: Anthurium is not intended for human or animal consumption.