Anthurium Bullatus is susceptible to root rot, which can be caused by overwatering. Make sure to let the top inch of soil dry out before watering.


While overwatering can be a problem, underwatering can also cause the plant to wilt and droop. Make sure to water your plant regularly and keep an eye on the soil moisture.

Poor drainage

 Good drainage is crucial for Anthurium Bullatus. Make sure the pot has drainage holes and use well-draining soil.


Like many plants, Anthurium Bullatus can attract pests like spider mites and mealybugs. Keep an eye out for any signs of infestation and treat as necessary.

Too much direct sunlight

While Anthurium Bullatus likes bright, indirect light, too much direct sunlight can scorch the leaves.

Too little light

On the other hand, too little light can cause the plant to become leggy and lose its vibrant colors. 

Temperature extremes

Anthurium Bullatus prefers temperatures between 60-85°F (16-29°C) and can suffer if exposed to extremes.

Nutrient deficiencies

If your plant's leaves start to yellow or develop brown spots, it may be a sign of a nutrient deficiency. Make sure to fertilize regularly with a balanced fertilizer.

Crowded roots

Over time, Anthurium Bullatus can outgrow its pot and become root-bound. Repotting every 1-2 years can help keep the plant healthy.


While fertilizing is important, too much fertilizer can burn the roots and damage the plant. Make sure to follow the instructions on your fertilizer carefully.