The Anthurium requires a place that provides it with light but not direct sunlight. If the plant is placed where it will not receive enough light, it will produce fewer flowers.
The Anthurium is a houseplant that responds best to a temperature from 15°C to 25°C.
Give the Anthurium some lukewarm water once or twice a week. Its root ball should be kept moist. Be careful, however, not to make the root ball too wet; this will result in leaves that start to turn colour. During the winter months, the Anthurium will enjoy being misted with a plant sprayer now and then.
As the Anthurium produces new flowers and leaves, the older leaves and flowers will turn colour after a while. Simply snip away any yellow leaves and withered flowers with a pair of scissors. Be sure to cut the leaf or flower off as close to the soil level as possible.
Fertilise the plant around twice a month from March until the end of October by providing it with Anthurium nutrients added to the irrigation water.