Flamingo Flower – | Flower tips and more

With the flamingo flower it will be exotic in your flower vase! Find out more information about the cut flower here!

Botanical name: Araceae cultorum

Genus: Flamingo flowers

Plant family: Arum family (bot.Araceae)

Occurrence: Caribbean islands, Central and South America
The anthuriums (bot. Anthurium) with their 600 to 1000 species are among the most species-rich genus of the arum family. They are primarily native to tropical Central and South America and the Caribbean islands. Anthuriums are also known under the name of the flamingo flower – but this has nothing to do with the bird. Its name is derived from the Greek and translated means flower tail, which describes the magnificent bulb-shaped inflorescence.
The anthurium is particularly popular for sophisticated decorations, as it can last up to 3 weeks in the vase with appropriate care. Their color palette also ranges from cream, slightly green or bright red. The slightly artificial looking flower blooms all year round and stays fresh in the flower vase for a particularly long time (up to 3 weeks).

Care tips for flamingo flower

When they arrive, cut the anthuriums diagonally with a sharp knife and then place them in a bacteria-free vase with fresh water. The anthurium likes it warm, an ambient temperature of + 15 ° is ideal. If you observe these points, the Anthurium will give you absolute pleasure.

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