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Article: Anthurium Pedatoradiatum Care

Anthurium Pedatoradiatum Care

Anthurium 'Pedatoradiatum' Anthurium pedatoradiatum or Anthurium Fingers is a species of plant in the genus Anthurium native to southern Mexico. A. pedatoradiatum has leaves with deep finger-like lobes, and is terrestrial. This plant can also be cultivated indoors in temperate climates as a house plant.

  • Characteristics, Shapes & Colors

Anthurium pedatoradiatum is nicknamed "Fingers" due to its deeply lobed, bright green leaves. The leaves extend outward from upright petioles, giving them the appearance of a delicately outstretched hand. As the leaves develop to their mature size, they become even more palmate, gaining additional "fingers." Its small pale green flowers can develop at any time of year.

  • How to care  
  1. Place Anthurium Pedatoradiatum plant in a place that has a light intensity of 60% - 70% with a temperature between 18-25 °C.
  2. The most suitable growing medium for Anthurium Pedatoradiatum a mixture of perlite, peat & hydrotone.
  3. For the intensity of watering Anthurium Pedatoradiatum need 3 times in a week so that the growing medium is ns not too dry. Because Anthurium Pedatoradiatum likes the high intensity of water.
  4. The fertilization period for Anthurium Pedatoradiatum can be done once a week with liquid organic fertilizer dissolved in water and then sprayed on the leaves.
  • How to propagate 

Anthurium Pedatoradiatum can be propagated by cuttings and seeds. Here's how to seeding the Anthurium Pedatoradiatum cutting plants..

  1. The first step is remove the Anthurium plant from the growing medium.
  2. Then do the cleaning on the roots of the Anthurium plant that is still attached.
  3. Cut on the tubers of the Anthurium plant into 2 parts. Make sure that both of these pieces have roots that are still attached.
  4. If you have completed, apply root stimulant on the part that has been cut. The purpose of applying root stimulant is to stimulate maximum growth of the roots.
  5. Then do plant again by put the plant into a pot that has been filled with planting media which has been explained earlier and do enough watering. Make sure the the planting media is sterile and shafted.

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