At an outing to the Franklin Park Conservatory
in Columbus, Ohio I noticed that Anthuriums were
stuck in around in the tropical and palm rooms there.
They had several colors represented there but I do|
not think they had the 600 species that this plant
I only have one in my houseplant collection and
I was sad to learn that I had gotten the one with green
blooms and not the lovely red I was thinking I had picked
up. I have had it for a little over a year now and
it is doing poorly now and dying on me.
I have looked for insects and tried different treatments
with it even giving it new soil to see if this would help
but it has refused all of my efforts to try to keep it going.
The leaves develop a black spot and it slowly spreads
over the whole leaf. I cut the leaf off to keep whatever
is ailing it from spreading to the rest of the plant.
So if any of you wonderful gardeners know what is wrong
with this lady I would appreciate some ideas it saving it.
I loved the peach blooms on this particular Anthurium.
This beauty was also among the tropical plants.
Does anyone know what it might be?
You tropical gardeners may help with this one.
Thank you Noel for the plant identification
This is what I love about Blotanical so many
wonderful and helpful gardeners.
These two cuties were tossing coins in the fountain.
I do not know whether they were making a wish or
not but they were having a blast throwing the money
into the water. LOL!
Until Next Time,