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Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

Anthurium 'Joli Peach'

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Partial Shade
Moderate care
Light watering
Tender

H1a

RHS hardiness

15°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

50cm

Max

50cm

10cm

Min

10cm

3 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has no fragrance

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Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach' Overview

Anthurium 'Joli Peach' is a medium-sized evergreen perennial from the Araceae family. It produces glossy green leaves and heart-shaped peach-white flower-like spathe structures surrounding a straight pink spadix. Popular foliage plant with a tropical feel, particularly popular in the cut flower trade. It is epiphytic and thus grows without the need for soil substrate. The fabulous flowers are long-lasting, waxy and aesthetically pleasing. Grow as a landscape plant in tropical gardens and as a houseplant or tender patio plant in temperate climates. With slight care and attention, you may enjoy a touch of the tropics all year round in your home with this unique and beautiful pink-white blooming Anthurium.

Common problems with Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

How to harvest Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

Harvest after 3 – 6 months of planting. Each leaf unfolds to produce one flower. Flowers are harvested when the spathe completely unfurls and the spadix is well developed with one-third of bisexual flowers open. Harvesting has to be done during cooler parts of the day i.e. early morning or late evening. In general, the blooms are placed in water held in plastic buckets immediately after cutting from the plant. Delay in keeping in water allows air entry into the stem and causes blockage of the vascular vessels. Cut flowers after harvest should be shifted to pre-cooling chambers in refrigerated vehicles having 2-4°C temperature as they deteriorate most rapidly at high temperature.

How to propagate Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

Division

Can be propagated by dividing the stem with the roots in the spring and potting the separated pieces. Keep warm in an enclosed glass case with high humidity for a few weeks.

Cuttings

Top off the stem with few roots of 3 to 4 year old plants, remove and plant. Each cutting should have a single eye or bud to produce good new roots.

Special features of Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

Attractive flowers

Attractive waxy blooms.

Indoor plant

If you are growing this plant as a houseplant, half and half mix of potting soil and orchid soil or perlite is recommended.

Pot plant

Other uses of Flamingo Flower 'Joli Peach'

A low maintenance plant ideal for containers indoors or very sheltered patios/courtyards. Can also be used for cut flowers.

Ornamental

Popular potplant to add colour indoors or cut flower to use in special bouquets.