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.
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.