- Add Calcium to The Soil. Calcium is a primary mineral that is essential for the growth of plants.
- Add Aluminum Sulfate to the soil.
- Add Copper to The Soil.
- Add Hydrogen Peroxide to The Soil.
- Garlic Fertilizer.
- Avoid Overwatering.
- Moderate Sunlight and Temperature.
What does overwatered Anthurium look like?
Overwatering your Anthurium can cause root rot. What does that look like? The roots will be brown and mushy, and the stems will discolor. This could be caused by a couple things: watering frequency issues or soil issues.
Should I cut off brown Anthurium leaves?
Start by removing any discolored or dead leaves. Then remove wilted flowers, by snipping off their stem at the base of the plant. This way the plant won’t invest its energy in the wilted flowers any longer, and will be able grow new beautiful flowers instead.
Why is my Anthurium plant leaves turning brown?
Anthuriums need nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium to thrive, and brown leaves may signal your plant isn’t getting enough of the nutrients it needs.