Red anthurium is the classic Hawaiian flower. A brilliant and long lasting bloom the red anthurium is a remarkable tropical flower when added to any assortment or displayed on it’s own.
Keep them at room temperature and change the water frequently and your anthurium can last two weeks or more. Makes a stunning gift for Valentine’s or Christmas.
Add single stems to another assortment or save by the dozen in several sizes.
One Stem, One Dozen Small, One Dozen Medium, One Dozen Large, One Dozen Extra Large
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