Anthurium plants are flowering houseplants with special characteristics. They are easy to care for, bloom for a long time and, above all, have an air-purifying effect.
Most people don’t know this, but the air quality inside houses is frequently worse than the air outside. A poor indoor climate is increasingly mentioned as the cause of all sorts of health problems such as concentration issues, skin complaints, headaches and lung disorders.
Since we spend more than 80% of our time indoors, it is important to make sure you have a good indoor climate.
Anthuriums clear the air of toxic substances and even secrete substances, that eliminate moulds and viruses. They ensure a healthier environment and a better air humidity. That is why we have coined the term Airthurium.
A healthy living environment
Anthurium plants in the home or in the office turn CO2 into oxygen, purify the air naturally and ensure a good indoor climate. They create a pleasant working and living environment, not only thanks to their long-term ornamental value, but also because they continuously purify the air and improve humidity. Artificial climate control is therefore no longer necessary, which saves energy costs.
In order to have a sufficiently positive effect on the living environment, it is important to place several plants in a room. The leaf surface of the Anthurium determines the air purifying capacity of the plant.
For the best care for an Anthurium plant, view our care tips here.
You need one Anthurium plant in a 14 cm pot per 4m2 to sufficiently purify the air. With just one plant per office you can provide a pleasant working environment in which people can work comfortably in deep concentration.
Anthuriums like a bright location (no direct sunlight), so make sure the plants get enough light. In a dark room the plant will not last long. For an optimal living space a window should also be opened from time to time. The fresh air from outside refreshes the indoor atmosphere even more.