Care Guide for Anthurium Mini Red

How to Grow and Care for Anthurium Mini Red (Care Guide)

How to Care for Anthurium Red Mini


The red heart-shaped structure on the plant often mistaken to be the flower is the spathe and the spike that rises above it bears the tiny flowers. These blooms are long-lasting and can drastically elevate the aesthetics of your room.



Anthurium Mini Red Care Guide

Anthurium Mini Red Care Guide


With the vibrancy of the regular Anthurium Reds but in a more compact version, the Anthurium Mini Red is a great plant for an indoor setup. 

Known for its distinct flowers, this plant makes an ornamental addition to your home. Wondering how to keep your Anthurium Mini Red plant in good shape? We’ll tell you all about that in this post.  


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How to grow Anthurium Mini Red?

Anthurium Mini Red Care Guide


For propagation, choose a mature Anthurium Mini Red plant and divide the plant by carefully dividing the root system. Since growth is mainly during warm weather conditions, summer is the best time for propagating your Anthurium Mini Red plant. 

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How much sunlight does Anthurium Mini Red need?

Anthurium Mini Red Care Guide


Anthurium Mini Red loves bright indirect sunlight and can also thrive in moderate light conditions. While it can tolerate low light conditions it might not bloom when there is not enough light. Direct sunlight, on the other hand, burns the leaves. 


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How often should you water Anthurium Mini Red?

Anthurium Mini Red Care Guide


Anthurium Mini Red loves to stay moist and so you might have to water the plant once or twice a week during moderate temperatures. However, ensure that the pot has good drainage as overwatering can damage the root system permanently.

In summer, if the topsoil seems to be getting dry too quickly, you might have to increase the watering frequency. And in winter, water it less frequently to ensure that the soil does not get soggy and that there’s no excess water standing in the saucer. 

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How big does Anthurium Mini Red get?


Anthurium Mini Red is a slow grower and the plant remains slightly smaller than the regular Anthurium Red. It makes a perfect choice for small spaces. 

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Is Anthurium Mini Red easy to care for?


The Anthurium Mini Red is not a beginner-friendly plant. It makes a good choice for those with little experience in nurturing houseplants


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On an ending note, also known as the Flamingo Flower Plant or the Laceleaf Plant, this one requires intermediate care. With that the guide comes to an end. To know more about plants and all things green follow us on Greenkin.




Q1. What temperature range can Anthurium Mini Red tolerate?

Ans. The optimal temperature range for an Anthurium Mini Red to thrive is between 15 degrees and 29 degrees Celsius. Blooms appear in warmer temperatures and growth happens during summer too.

Q2. Does Anthurium Mini Red need humidity?

Ans. Yes, the Anthurium Mini Red plant loves humidity. So, the best way to maintain the foliage and encourage blooms will be to maintain moderate to high humidity levels. If the air gets dry, mist the plant regularly.

Q3. How often should you add fertiliser to Anthurium Mini Red?

Ans. Anthurium Mini Red does not require to be fertilised too often. During summer, adding a mild fertiliser once in three months helps speed up the growth a little and also helps in maintaining the overall health of the foliage and roots. In winter the plant does not need to be fertilised.

Q4. What should you do if Anthurium Mini Red's leaves are turning yellow?

Ans. Yellow leaves on an Anthurium Mini Red can be due to a number of reasons and one of the most common among them is overwatering. Excess sunlight is another reason for the leaves turning yellow. After ruling out all these concerns if the problem still persists it could be because of low humidity levels.

Q5. What should you do if Anthurium Mini Red's leaves are drooping?

Ans. Underwatering is one of the main causes of drooping leaves on an Anthurium Mini Red plant. This can also happen due to infestations. If the plant is infested with mealybugs and other pests, treat it immediately to prevent the infection from spreading.

Q6. What should you do if Anthurium Mini Red's leaves have dry tips?

Ans. If the tips of the leaves turn brown and dry, it could be due to overwatering or underwatering. Sometimes this also happens if the leaves get scorched in direct sunlight.

Q7. Is Anthurium Mini Red safe for pets?

Ans. The leaves of the Anthurium Mini Red can be toxic to pets when consumed in large quantities. So, keep the plant away from your pets.

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