Anthurium Andraeanum Plant

Anthurium Andraeanum Plant. The species is honoured to the french horticulturist, landscape gardener. This waxy aroid is a showstopper with what seems to be an endless supply of “flowers” that are actually spaths/modified leaves.

XL Anthurium Hookerii Variegated TriColor Plant in 6” Pot
XL Anthurium Hookerii Variegated TriColor Plant in 6” Pot from kensphilodendrons.com

Linden ex andré (1877) is native to colombia and ecuador, where it grows in the pluvial forests between 600 and 1.200 m of altitude. The species is honoured to the french horticulturist, landscape gardener. The spathes are borne on individual stems and they have a glossy, veined appearance.

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Anthurium Veitchii Plant

Anthurium Veitchii Plant. The roots of epiphytes typically. It occasionally produces a spathe and spadix bloom.

Nepenthes veitchii "Pink" Carnivero
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Keep them away from open windows, drafts and heating/cooling units as they are very sensitive to cold drafts and sudden temperature fluctuations. These indoor plants thrive in a warm, humid and well lit position with indirect light. Anthurium veitchii is easily recognized by its very long and narrow, rippled leaves.

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