How do you revive a dying anthurium?
- Carefully Choose Your Anthurium's Location. Ideally, you want your anthurium to be in a brightly lit, warm room that receives enough air circulation—without risking drafts.
- Regulate Your Home's Temperature.
- Water Your Anthurium Properly.
- Prune Flowers as They Begin To Wilt.
- Remove Brown and Dead Leaves.
Also question is, why is my anthurium plant dying?
Improperly watering your anthurium can lead to root rot or other fungal problems that can also cause the leaves of your plant to turn brown. If you notice the roots of your plant have blackened in color or become mushy and slimy, you'll need to act quickly.
Secondly, how often do you water an anthurium? Let the soil dry out in between watering. If you live in a hot area, water about once every 2 to 3 days; if you live in a rainy area, then water as necessary. Most importantly, the anthurium requires proper drainage. Anthurium roots should be moist but not soggy.
Also Know, why are the leaves of my anthurium turning brown?
Brown leaves are caused by too much sunlight, nutrient deficiency, or improper watering. Place your plant in bright, indirect sunlight (not direct sun), feed once a month during active growth with a high phosphorus fertilizer, and water once a week with six ice cubes or half cup of water.
Do anthuriums go dormant?
Unless it's winter, when anthuriums go into dormancy and stop growing until weather warms in spring, the problem with an otherwise healthy looking anthurium not putting on proper growth is more than likely due to the plant not being happy with some of its growing conditions.