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Fresh Cut Anthurium

Anthurium flowers display vibrant colors with a waxy texture and leaf-shaped blooms. They are a big trend this year 2018 among brides and wedding planners, due to their tropical look, their year-round availability, and their extremelly long vase life. They can last between 10 and 45 days! Pair them with other tropical blooms like orchids or monstera leaves, or place them by themselves in a vase, for a stricking and long-lasting bouquet.

Their intense, vibrant shiny colors range from bright red, to green, light and hot pink, brown, and even white! You can also find bicolor anthurium at Flower Explosion. They can gorgeously decorate any room, venue, or wedding altar, and look especially stunning when added to boho-chic or tropical-style floral arrangements.

In order to keep their beauty and help them extend their vase life, handle them with care, as they can bruise. Also, don not expose your Anthurium flowers to temperatures below 55F, because they will lose their vibrant color and turn gray or black.

Flower Explosion delivers the best quality flowers directly from our farms in South America to your doorstep, without middlemen. This allows us to offer you very competitive prices and the freshest, longest-lasting blooms you can find! Order your Anthurium today and enjoy FREE shipping.

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Anthurium

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  1. Red Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  2. White Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  3. Green Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  4. Hot Pink Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  5. Light Pink Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  6. Bicolor Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. Our bi-color Anthurium is usually "Obake" anthurium. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  7. Brown Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. Brown Anthurium is actually very dark red. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 54 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.
  8. Assorted Anthurium

    Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single “twig” which sticks out from the top of the flower. Assorted Colors of Anthurium include green, white and red. For different combinations please contact us. This is an extremely long lasting flower with a vase life from 15 to 30 days. Anthurium flowers need plenty of water if they are not in humid environments. Up to 48 Anthurium stems of 50 to 60 cm fit in one Quarter Box. Please check the information box below for cm to in conversion.

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Fresh Cut Anthurium

Anthurium flowers display vibrant colors with a waxy texture and leaf-shaped blooms. They are a big trend this year 2018 among brides and wedding planners, due to their tropical look, their year-round availability, and their extremelly long vase life. They can last between 10 and 45 days! Pair them with other tropical blooms like orchids or monstera leaves, or place them by themselves in a vase, for a stricking and long-lasting bouquet.

Their intense, vibrant shiny colors range from bright red, to green, light and hot pink, brown, and even white! You can also find bicolor anthurium at Flower Explosion. They can gorgeously decorate any room, venue, or wedding altar, and look especially stunning when added to boho-chic or tropical-style floral arrangements.

In order to keep their beauty and help them extend their vase life, handle them with care, as they can bruise. Also, don not expose your Anthurium flowers to temperatures below 55F, because they will lose their vibrant color and turn gray or black.

Flower Explosion delivers the best quality flowers directly from our farms in South America to your doorstep, without middlemen. This allows us to offer you very competitive prices and the freshest, longest-lasting blooms you can find! Order your Anthurium today and enjoy FREE shipping.

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What type of payments do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, Discovery) and PayPal. For registered customers that buy on a regular basis, check payments and wire transfers may be accepted upon submitting an application.


Where do you ship to?

Currently we ship to all 50 States via FedEx. We also offer airport deliveries in major Canadian Airports, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. FlowerExplosion offers a different freight service for other countries. For more information check our international corporate services.


Are there special rates for frequent customers?

For registered customers who buy on a regular basis, or that are interested on making wholesale purchases, discount rates may be granted. Please visit our Investor relations link or call our sales call center at 1-866-639-0277.


How are the flowers packaged?

We have four different box sizes. The biggest one can fit up to 200 stemmed roses, on average. Fresh cut flowers are grouped in bunches, hydrated and pre-cooled before being shipped. A time span of only three to four days passes in between the harvesting of our flowers and their arrival to your door. That is the reason why our flowers are so fresh.

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