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RARE Anthurium 'Ace Of Spades' - Plantlet Grown In Gel - *ONLINE ONLY*


Step up your plant game with the Ace of Spades Anthurium, a true gem for any plant enthusiast. This stunning variety is a rare find, prized for its dramatic, heart-shaped leaves that boast a deep, velvety green, almost black hue. Each leaf resembles an elegant spade, exuding sophistication and mystery. The glossy texture and striking venation create a captivating contrast, making it the centerpiece of any collection.

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Botanical Name: Anthurium 'Ace Of Spades'
  • Common Name: Ace Of Spades Anthurium
  • Family: Araceae 
  • Native Range: Hybrid, but with some origins in Ecuador

Ed's Care Guide

  • Care: Easy
  • Light: Prefers bright, indirect light. Direct light will cause leaves to burn. 
  • Water: Keep soil moist during spring and summer
  • Humidity:  Keep humidity levels as close to 50% as possible, as low-humidty can lead to leaf damage
  • Temperature:  65-80F with sufficient air circulation
  • Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves.
  • Feeding: Fertilize every 4-6 weeks with balanced fertilizer for optimum growth
  • Propagation: Division, Stem Cuttings
  • Common Pests: Look out for thrips, mealybugs, scale, and spider mites
  • Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets


Step 1- DO NOT do anything to the culture for 1-2 days to allow them to adjust to their new temperatures

Step 2- Open the package & wash out the jelly as thoroughly as possible. A small paintbrush can be gently used to assist with the cleaning process. 

Step 3- Soak them in a rooting hormone if available. This step is not necessary for success but it will increase the root growth and get you off a good start

Step 4- Plant your cultures in the medium of your choice. We recommend a chunky blend of coco husk & perlite, any well-draining soil will do in a pinch

Step 5- Place them into a closed package (container or plastic bag) while allowing light to pass through. Place under a grow light or in a bright area out of direct sunlight

Step 6- Leave plants covered for the first 7 days.  The following 7 to 10 days slowly expose plants to ambient air. Each day exposing the plants to slightly more air until fully acclimated. 

It is up to the customer to be able to provide proper acclimation to the plantlets. Ed's Plant Shop will not be held liable for plantlets that do not survive acclimation. By purchasing this product, you agree to these terms