One of the most popular Hawaiian Volcano plants is the pink anthurium. The pink anthurium is a rather hearty, small indoor houseplant. Novice indoor gardeners can add the Hawaiian Volcano Plant to their indoor plant collection for an exotic plant showcase item. It is believed that owners of the Hawaiian Volcano Plant will be blessed with good fortune and luck.
Things You'll Need
- Hawaiian Volcano Plant
Order your Hawaiian Volcano Plant from a local nursery or on the Internet. Specify that you want the pink anthurium. There are many varieties of volcano plants, and this will ensure you get the right one.
Remove the packaging material from your Hawaiian Volcano Plant when it arrives. The Hawaiian Volcano Plant will be attached by the roots to a small to medium piece of lava.
Wash and dry a small glass bowl to use for growing and displaying your Hawaiian Volcano Plant. Fill the bowl with 1 inch of warm tap water. Place the Hawaiian Volcano Plant in the bowl. Allow the Hawaiian Volcano Plant rock to soak up the water. Refill with additional water until the bowl has 1/2 inch full of water.
Set the Hawaiian Volcano Plant in a partial-sunny window or location. Check weekly for watering needs.
Tips & Warnings
- Keep a 1/4 inch depth of water in the Hawaiian Volcano Plant saucer at all times.
- Do not take the Hawaiian Volcano Plant off the piece of lava it is shipped with. This rock is not part of the packaging material. Never set the Hawaiian Volcano Plant in direct sunlight.
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