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Laceleaf Plant

Laceleaf Plant

Regular price $35.00
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Bring a pop of color into your living room or office with this one of a kind plant!
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The Laceleaf Plant is a stunning tropical plant that features large, heart-shaped leaves with prominent veins and a velvety texture. Its distinctive appearance makes it a popular choice for indoor gardening, and it can add a touch of lush, exotic beauty to any space.


Laceleaf needs a balanced watering schedule. Take care not to overwater the plant, but don’t go too long without watering either, as the root ball can be difficult to re-wet if it becomes too dry.

To water Laceleaf, wait until the top two inches of the soil are dry and then use the “Drench and Drain” method of watering by soaking the soil until the water runs through the bottom of the pot, and then letting all excess water drain out before putting the plant back in a secondary pot, or on a tray or saucer.


Bright but indirect light like from a southerly-facing window is perfect for this plant. Your anthurium will get plenty of bright light but not so much that it burns in the sunlight. Avoid northerly-facing windows, which aren’t bright enough for the anthurium.

An anthurium that’s starved of light will grow more slowly. The flowers, if you see any, are going to be smaller than usual. They’ll also be fewer and farther between and they might lack the expected depth of color.


No, this plant is not pet friendly.

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BROWN, CRISPY LEAF EDGES: If the edges of the Laceleaf Plant's leaves are turning brown and crispy, it could be a sign of low humidity or over-fertilization. To fix this issue, you can increase the humidity around the plant by misting it regularly, placing a tray of water near it, or using a humidifier. Additionally, reduce the frequency of fertilization or dilute the fertilizer to avoid overfeeding the plant.

YELLOWING LEAVES: If the Laceleaf Plant's leaves are turning yellow, it could be a sign of overwatering, underwatering, or too much direct sunlight. To fix this issue, make sure to water the plant only when the top inch of soil is dry to the touch, and ensure that the pot has adequate drainage to prevent water from accumulating in the soil. Additionally, move the plant to a location with bright, indirect light to avoid scorching the leaves.