The foliage of Anthurium polyschistum has such an unusual shape, it normally has 5 to 9 blue-gray leaflets with undulated margins on each leaf blade that give the foliage more of a palm like appearance with what is known botanically as "palmatisect" leaves.
~Do Not let Anthurium sit in excess water. Anthurium are prone to rot if left with “wet feet”. Once watered, make sure to drain any extra water.
~Do Not place in full sun or extreme high light. In the wild Anthurium either grow in the understory or among the forest floor where they would receive bright but filtered sunlight.
~Most Anthurium are epiphytic & need a well draining potting mix. If you repot your Anthurium make sure it is an airy substrate.
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