Anthurium or oily cloth, named after anthurium andreanum, is also called the apes or the Ghulam flower, a tarot species native to Colombia. The plant is characterized by its bright white, pink, or red flowers, as well as its beautiful oily green leaves, which are displayed individually if large to distinguish them. There are large varieties of flowers that use their flowers for picking, including small species of flowers grown as plants, which also distinguishes them that their flowers stay for a long time and follow their appearance throughout the year.
Except for winter, irrigation is moderate.
She loves medium lighting, and in winter it is preferable to expose it to the bright light filtered.
The temperature suitable for its growth is between 18 and 21°C and does not bear a degree below 16°C.
Once a month except for winter, fertilizer is diluted with water so that it is at a lower dose than other plants because the normal dose may harm them.