Flamingo Flower, or Anthurium does well with bright, indirect light and high humidity. These cheery flowers brighten up spaces indoors, and look beautiful when placed in a matching brightly colored pot. The flowers are similar to calla lilies, peace lilies or even chinese evergreen. They consist of a spadix (vertical white part) surrounded by a bright modified leaf (spathe). The flowers vary in color from traditional red to pink, orange, white, green, purple and black. Flamingo flower prefers moderately bright light, and likes to stay moist without sitting in water or drying out excessively.
Flamingo Flower does well indoors in bright indirect light, like an eastern or northern window. The flowers are thick and waxy and appear prolifically when given bright, direct light and kept moist. The plants don't like to dry out completely, but can be grown exclusively in water. Flamingo Flower is happiest when given high humidity. These delightfully cheery plants work well indoors near windowsills, especially in the kitchen or bathroom where there's naturally higher humidity.
These plants are in 6" diameter containers and are 12" to 18" tall, and at least wide enough to cover the container.