Anthurium bakeri is an epiphytic semi-pendant Anthurium. They're native to wetter parts of Guatemala and Columbia. Anthurium bakeri is not only favorable for their long narrow leaves, but their highly red berries. Since this plant is apomiptic, they can set seeds without pollination.
These Anthurium will do best in a bright filtered light, avoid any harsh direct sun. Water when the soil is roughly 1"-2" dry from the top. This may roughly once a week, depending on your home environment. A warm humid environment can help this plant reach maturity faster! When repotting use a semi-coarse and chunky soil that will drain water well. This can be achieved by adding extra amendments such as kiwi/orchid bark and horticultural charcoal!All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.