Aphelandra Squarrosa
Aphelandra Squarrosa
Aphelandra Squarrosa
Aphelandra Squarrosa
Aphelandra Squarrosa
Aphelandra Squarrosa

Aphelandra Squarrosa

Regular price£24.99
/
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Title
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Aphelandra Squarrosa is a plant species in the family Acanthaceae, which is native to Brazil. In its native range, it grows on shady forest floors and its ability to cope with shade makes it an ideal houseplant. These plants like humidity so make an ideal bathroom plant. Sometime these plants will drop leaves, it's normal, just cut back and watch it grow again - it's a real survivor. We are selling large plants, with very nice variegation. 

Aphelandra Squarrosa make a great houseplant gift for friends or family - surprise them with rainforest style! If you are giving Selenicereus as a gift, make sure you include your message at the basket stage. We’ll deliver the houseplant along with a free, handwritten card - and we’ll leave out the paperwork with the price on! 

Aphelandra Squarrosa care level

This plant is easy care, great for beginners.

Where should I put this plant?

Likes a bright indirect light, it will also enjoy a sunny spot. 

How should I water this plant?

Water regularly during the active growing season. Likes humidity. 

Should I feed this Aphelandra Squarrosa?

Feed once a month in spring and summer with a liquid plant food. Why not try our own vegan, organic plant food?

Is this plant suitable if I have pets?

This plant is toxic to cats and dogs. 

What size is this plant?

W17cm x H30cm

For some great advice on general houseplant care, why not have a look at the video we’ve made for you? Click Here

All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot

We post all our small plants under 1.2 metres across the UK, including Northern Ireland using Royal Mail and Parcel Force. 

We hand deliver our large plants in this area using our own vans and specialist plant team. 

Delivery times are currently 7-10 working days, but is usually much quicker

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.


Recently viewed