by Bill Barber
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Want to grow a houseplant that flowers nearly year-round, attracts attention and makes you feel like it’s time to put on sunscreen and order a mai tai? Add an anthurium to your indoor garden collection. Known for its colorful tropical flower bracts and floral spikes, these exotic-looking houseplants are easier to grow indoors than you might think.
Anthuriums come in a variety of colors, including red, pink, salmon, pale yellow, green and orange. These flowers are so stunning—they almost look like wax. With proper care, each flower spike can last four to six weeks, and you almost always have blooms to display.
January 11th, 2014
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