Native range: Ecuador
Known names: Bird Nest Anthurium
Hardiness: Best kept above 60°F
Mature Size: 4' Tall x 3' Wide
Light: Bright-Indirect, Dappled light, Shade
Water: Epiphyte-style watering, water more often if grown mounted, less if grown in soil.
Soil: Soil mixed with large bark chips, can be grown mounted on wood as long as the plant is kept humid.
Dormancy Period: N/A
Plant Size: Grown in 4" pot, shipped with rootball wrapped up.
Anthurium superbum is also known as a Bird Nest Anthurium due to how it grows in a rosette formation. They can be grown as an epiphyte as long as the roots don't completely dry out. They can be grown in shade but they're best with some dappled light. They enjoy being misted regularly. Being an aroid, their flowers are lily-like and will appear once the plant is a little more mature and happy.