Flowering plants, used as inserts
- It absorbs dangerous compounds from the air, such as formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia.
- Unfortunately, with too much water, anthurium leaves can develop dark necrotic spots. Such leaves should be regularly removed. It rarely blooms.
- It absorbs harmful substances, dust, and electromagnetic radiation from the air.
- It looks beautiful on vertical gardens, although after 3-4 months from planting, the specimen needs to be replaced with a new one.
- It releases a lot of moisture, making it an excellent choice for dry living spaces.
- It absorbs: alcohols, acetone, benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, ammonia. Moreover, it does this very effectively.
- It works perfectly as a single addition to the garden.
- It grows weakly in groups as it doesn’t cover entire pockets.
- It often repeats flowering as one of the few plants.
- This is an ideal plant to demonstrate the proper functioning of the irrigation system. When it lacks water, the bird of paradise fern wilts very quickly, but after providing it with water again, it quickly recovers.