Other common names for this tropical houseplant include ‘Queen Anthurium’ and ‘White-Veined Anthurium’. Thread in the Philodendrons, Elephant Ears, and Other Aroids forum forum by emmapb: I'd love to see other people's Anthurium collections! There are several of these very attractive velvety or subvelvety leaf terrestrial anthuriums from the eastern side of the Peruvian Andes. There are other similar-looking forms from Ecuador and Colombia that may end up being described as local variants or novel species. believed to involve thes species. Background leaves are of Philodendron lynnhannoniae. In the case of this particular hybrid, the reticulation has so far intensified as they mature. Widely hybridized in south Florida over the years, so care should be exercised when purchasing plants from domestic nurseries, particularly if leaf shapes are not consistent with those of the true species. Further DNA analysis by Colombian aroid specialists and molecular taxonomists may prove helpful in sorting out the relationship between populations at the elevational extremes. So far, A. carlablackiae appears to to be more like A. papillilaminum rather than A. dressleri in terms of degree of difficulty in tropical culture. When well grown, this is one of the most attractive of all foliage aroids. Shown above, leaf details on an exceptional selection from my hybrid, Anthurium magnificum x warocqueanum (this is the ‘Big Trouble’ clone) that I made in the mid-2000s, shown above as both a juvenile in Guatemala (2007) and a near mature plant in California (2019). Esqueleto is Spanish for skeleton, and is a term coined to describe the contrast veined, velvety dark green anthurium leaves shown here. Left, the standard green form, outcrossed true to ecotype by me and right, the very attractive “black” or "narrow dark” form selectively bred by Chris Hall and Arden Dearden in Queensland, Australia from exceptional founders and grown on from seed by me in both Guatemala and currently in California. Each blade can reach up to four feet long. P. verrucosum, P. gigas, P. luxurians), Alocasia (e.g. 6-8″ tall Anthurium warocqueanum – dark form x green seedling $ 375.00. 1 299 kr Anthurium Waterburyanum. Anthurium warocqueanum – dark form x green seedling. One close relative of Anthurium magnificum (A. rioclaroense ined.) Size of half palm. It has been successfully hybridized with several other section Cardiolonchium as well as with A. rugulosum, a section Polyneurium, in Hawaii, reputedly by either the late Karel Havlicek or David Fell. It will be cool to see what he grows into. By ticking this box you agree to an account being created using the given email address and to receive waitlist communications by email . Both plants show pink to pale violet colors on the undersides of their leaves. philodendron. aff. This species’ apparent genetic fluidity may prove useful in creating novelty hybrids going forward, but for now results have proven a bit disappointing. MwSt. Watch; ANTHURIUM GRACILE *COOL & RARE* Long Leaves Tangly Roots Red Seed +FREE HEAT. As early as 1951 in his book “The Cultivated Aroids”, noted aroid specialist Dr. Monroe Birdsey observed that cultivated A. crystallinum offered in the trade were “evidently” hybrids with the similar-looking A. regale and A. magnificum. crystallinum with exceptional form and color. I imported this large Anthurium from Jakarta several months ago, and have not been able to positively ID it since. They do not generally persist in disturbed habitats other than on or adjacent to recent road cuts, so visits to primary forest are often required to view them in nature. dressleri where they occur in sympatry. Image: F. Muller. Expanding new leaf on the original stem of my Anthurium regale x dressleri ‘Voodoo Child’™ clone, still growing rapidly at 30”/75 cm. Dark Mama and will lack uniformity of appearance. ANTHURIUM VITTARIFOLIUM Long Strap Leaves Rare Tropical Aroid hanging leaf +HEAT. besseae aff.” by Ecuadoran nurseries. Anthurium Warocqueanum Dark Form. An ever smaller number of plants in cultivation in the U.S. now appear to be the visually similar dark forms of A. portillae (ined., not to be confused with A. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. I was a bit unconvinced about the allure of this species when I saw the first imports, but once I cultivated a couple I have to admit that it has grown on me. Young plants are especially prone to yellowed lesions and malformations caused by even brief contact with hard surfaces. With persistence (or luck) it is also reported to outcross to sections Cardiolonchium and Chamaerepium in cultivation. Image: F. Muller. Color and contrast tend to be improved in deep shade. I have 4 specimens of Anthurium regale. Results from both hybrids show that, while the triangular profile petioles and leaf shape and color dominate, neither of us are particularly thrilled by the results. It is fairly water quality sensitive and, especially in the case of plants grown in sphagnum, will tend to crash if irrigation water is hard. This species is highly variable and I have had plants with beautiful silver veining and some with almost no visible silver at all. Three petiole profiles on new mature leaves of a trio of currently undescribed species that are closely related to Anthurium magnificum. Image: R. Parsons. Slow-growing and oftentimes fussy in captivity, but well worth every effort to keep it happy. Image: F. Muller. The petiole is hexagonal. Author’s personal collection. ined.) Shown above, two select clones of the author’s very limited summer 2020 release, Anthurium Carib Queen™, a unique A. dressleri primary hybrid. A. carlablackiae, A. portillae, A. sizemoreae and A. archilae), together with many of the newest Australian and California hybrids. Buy It Now +$15.23 shipping. Its leaves, slightly subterete petioles and very tall inflorescence place it close to A. papillilaminum, although it differs from that species in several key characters. Image: F. Muller. crystallinum, A. dressleri and A. papillilaminum). Anthurium Regale Medium. ‘Voodoo Child’ here). aff. Other new intersectional hybrids involving sections Cardiolonchium, Andiphilum and others are in the works, some of which look extremely promising and will see limited commercial release in 2020 and beyond. Anthurium forgetii – a terrestrial, lithophytic and epiphytic plant at lower elevations in western Colombia to northeastern Ecuador (Carchí Province). This very atractive clone has a velvety aspect and large, nearly orbicular leaves with overlapping basal lobes when fully grown. €129,90 - €269,90 inkl. Please update to the latest version of Firefox. Pachyneurium primary hybrid as a pollen parent and Enid Offolter of NSE Tropicals has done the same with a southern Andean sect. Not in stock. From Australia. Given the visual similarity of many of these plants, country of origin is a very useful piece of information to have when seeking a valid name. Find out more in our Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy. This handsome Brazilian birds-nest variety features subtly patterned, dark green, paddle-shaped leaves that rise in a circle on medium-sized petioles. These are nine year-old plants shown grown in a greenhouse in Guatemala in 2013. Left, a two year-old compot showing seedlings in Guatemala. Mature leaf on the Ecuadoran lowlander, Anthurium portillae (ined.) Image: F. Muller. Both are great plants that require warmth and high humidity to look their best. It hybridizes in nature with A. pedatoradiatum (now considered part of same section, but formerly section Schizoplacium) and perhaps other sympatric anthuriums from the north Chiapan lowlands. A mature Anthurium aff. Both species are exceptionally rare in cultivation outside of origin. One of Jean Linden’s plates showing true Anthurium crystallinum in L’Illustration Horticole. Anthurium willifordii - this velvet-leaf birds-nest type appears to have been collected on very few occasions in Loreto Department, Perú. Some have only recently been described but are promising subjects for horticulture and are in limited cultivation (e.g. (20% off), ALLLdLLLLL LLbLyLLLLLLL LMadeinsrilankaLK, €6.84 Line breeding by me has brought out darker leaf colors in F1s and F2s; my friend Peter Rockstroh grew out several dozen plants from a seedling batch of mine in Guatemala and ended up with several extremely dark clones that he grew successfully as houseplants. Peter’s local conditions, exceptional attention to detail and incredible knowledge base allowed him to grow these rather finicky plants to leaf perfection on a consistent basis. Other than these populations, for two decades I have grown a wild-collected accession from a collection near the Darién in Panamá that was tentatively (mis) identified as A. crystallinum by a specialist in the late 1990s. Startseite Anthurium Warocqueanum Dark Form. The plant shown above left is A. warocqueanum x A. papillilaminum ‘Fort Sherman’; the plant shown above right is the reverse cross, A. papillilaminum ‘Fort Sherman’ x warocqueanum. (sp. There are also a few somewhat aberrant section Cardiolonchium species in cultivation that have “odd” morphological characteristics, including Anthurium warocqueanum (B chromosomes absent, small orange fruits), together with the showy but less commonly-seen Panamanian endemics A. folsomianum and A. panamense (shown below). However, two species long in vogue, A. warocqueanum and A. regale, can have leaves that well exceed 3’/1 m in length when mature and will take up a lot of bench space when well grown. Recent new hybrids of mine involving several other velvet leaf Anthurium species also look very promising as seedlings and will see limited commercial release in 2020 and early 2021. Benötigt eine sehr hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit. (20% off), €13.99 New. Many of these are suitable for ornamental horticulture as house, conservatory or garden plants in suitable climates. Sale Price €17.61 To say that Peter is a talented horticulturist is a major understatement. Not in stock. This is a newly emerged leaf on the older ‘Jolly Green Giant’ shown above in the author’s California collection that, in the days following this image capture, hardened off at 15.5”/39 cm in width and 45”/115 cm in length. Discerning buyers should look for plants with clear, credible parentage from the very few reputable sources known to grow it, either from divisions or from seed, and not just a “name” on something that “could” (?) magnificum” - see below) emerging in California and, right a leaf on a fine example of a wild origin A. magnificum obtained from a Colombian rare plant grower in Guatemala that I gifted to Fred Muller in 2013. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum). Acclimatised Ecudorian Regale with beautiful venation. Winning Bid: $ 378.99. Another of my older hybrids still being grown in very limited numbers in Guatemala, A. warocqueanum x dressleri, is also proving to be a very handsome cross as it matures (see image below). Both Anthurium willifordii and A. reflexinervium are considered to be rare and threatened species in nature with limited known distributions. FREE shipping, from €8.59 These include Philodendron (e.g. A number of these types of crosses are showing great promise in youth and are very vigorous. Anthurium Crystallinum x Magnificum hybrid 3" pot (Rare aroid) $105.00. Es wächst in große Dimension trotz dieser könnte noch jung sein. An early-issue young Anthurium cf. Description ; Bids ; Private message ; Description . Anthurium leuconeurum – is known from horticulture since at least the early 1860s when it was described by Lemaire from a cultivated plant in a Belgian collection, reportedly secured by natural history collector Auguste Ghiesbreght in 1839 or 1840. Likewise, the pink or violet abaxial/underside surfaces of leaves in many of these species appear to be an adaptation shared across a wide variety of tropical forest understory plants to facilitate in capture of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR, i.e. magnificum “Green”, A. sp. Ending Jan 3 at 5:55PM PST 18h 53m. This anthurium species has huge dark green, leathery, heart-shaped leaves that feature prominent creamy-white veins. €11.92, €14.90 This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) This ecotype can produce >48”/1.25 m leaves in cultivation. These presumed hybrid plants vary in appearance at this particular site, with some favoring the A. papillilaminum parent more than others. Image courtesy of Gary Yong Gee. Anthurium magnificum – a terrestrial, north central to western Colombian endemic from intermediate elevations that may include several currently undescribed species ranging south to the border with northern Ecuador. Even collectors who lack an affinity for Anthuriums have a hard time passing this one up. Images of wild plants as well as this image show these two undescribed taxa to be among the most attractive forms in this group. philodendron pink princess. Like others in this particular species complex the receptive spadices emit a strong, menthol-like scent. Cardiolonchium), its leaf blades grow to ~30”/75 cm. and A. cirinoi, two western Colombian narrow endemics from the Valle del Cauca and Chocó Provinces, respectively. Dismiss notification. Imported plants advertising “silver veins”, etc. This species can hold large leaves, to over 30”/75 cm when well grown. FREE shipping, €15.30 Left, a large seedling in California and right Chris Hall with a beautifully-grown example in Queensland, Australia. Young mature example of Anthurium villenaorum growing in California. The combination of white under-leaf surfaces, cordate leaves with pronounced basal lobes, large size at maturity and terete petioles are diagnostic. The best known of these is a classic birds-nest type with dark pink or violet undersides; the handsome and popular Anthurium willifordii originating from upper Amazonian Perú. If the same plant, this very dramatic looking species has large, very velvety and quilted upper leaf surfaces and is in very limited cultivation in the U.S. cirinoi (although perhaps a bit too orbicular? Author’s collection. Left, a wild plant in nature at the type locality with slightly overlapping basal lobes and right, a 1980s-vintage collection of mine (‘Fort Sherman’) from a long-protected location nearby currently in cultivation in California. Whether you want to go solo or double pack, you can buy it. This commonly leads to confused identifications, even by very experienced botanists and amateur naturalists. A fully mature Anthurium warocqueanum (‘Jolly Green Giant’) cultivated jointly for several years by Cindy Hill and the author and currently housed in an intermediate to warm greenhouse in San Francisco, California. Besides the amazing color and strong leaf quilting, it is also noteworthy for maintaining the velvety texture and contrast veins of the A. marmoratum parent since these characters are often lost in cross sectional hybrids. Note that both plants are holding a full complement of leaves. Relatively few are in cultivation, where some are labeled as A. rubrinervium (= A. sagittatum). anthurium magnificum x regale. This is one of the very attractive leaf forms that is currently popular on global markets that appear to show more tolerance to heat than other ecotypes. Almost all are now rarities in collections. Peter Rockstroh again shows his considerable horticultural skills in having produced this almost leaf perfect artificially-propagated specimen in his Bogotá home. Mature example of an excellent clone of Anthurium radicans x dressleri bred by the author in the early 2000s, shown in his Guatemalan collection. Hi, If anyone here is familiar with anthuriums, could someone help ID this one? Larger plants must be fogged or mossed on totems to hold high leaf numbers. After discarding a large number of what he considered to be mediocre young plants, he selected several clones for vigor and exceptional color. An early 2019 experimental intersectional hybrid with Anthurium villenaorum as a seed parent and a section Pachyneurium as pollen donor. All of these species can develop very robust stems. Dark form. ined.) Hybridizes freely, but fruit can take up to two years to ripen. unfolding a new leaf in California. A mature leaf on an interesting, undescribed terrestrial Anthurium sp. Plants sold in the U.S. exotic plant trade with reddish or maroon new growth, as well as exceptionally large-leaf forms and labelled as this species may (rarely) either be part of an array of undescribed, but related species or (far more frequently) betray their hybrid origin. Fortunately, the captive genetics shown here survive in Guatemala and California. It is now obvious that surprisingly few plants in cultivation that can trace their origins back to wild-collected material or carefully controlled crosses between origin-source plants. This species has leaves in nature to over 4.5’/1.35 m long. $75.00. This is particularly evident when out-crossed to equally dark or darker-colored species, which may then produce violet-black new leaf colors in shade-grown plants (see A. Collectors who have observed the plant in Peru report specimens with leaves approaching 6 feet (2 meters). uniformly warm, humid, very shady, RO water irrigated, properly fed and grown in a well-drained, acid substrate - some exceptional examples of this species produce some of the “blackest” leaves of any Neotropical aroid. Most velvet leaf anthuriums are somewhat temperature tolerant and, provided with high humidity, make excellent collectors’ plants. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum) x warocqueanum growing in my collection in California. the cool-growing Guatemalan A. archilae and Peruvian A. triciafrankiae). Author’s image. Note that both plants are holding a full complement of leaves. Anthurium marmoratum – a large hemiepiphytic or epiphytic species in high canopy, low and middle elevations of central and northern Ecuador north into central Colombia (Valle de Cauca) Easily confused with A. queremalense (sp. Extrem selten Anthurium regale ist sehr beliebt und schwer zu bekommen aroid. x faustomirandae, a section Calomystrium, that was then outcrossed to a section Cardiolonchium hybrid by Bill Rotolante of Silver Krome Gardens in Homestead, Florida) look very nice, and A. clarinervium has also been hybridized with other section Andiphilum from México and Guatemala to produce more or less attractive offspring. Mature individuals of this species can have both velute and pebbled-textured leaves. Other members of sections Cardiolonchium, Andiphilum and Pachyneurium have matte-subvelvety or satiny-looking leaves throughout their lives. Stan / wielkość rośliny roślina dorosła (17) sadzonka cięta (2) sadzonka ukorzeniona (36) Anthurium. Plants currently in cultivation are generally recent to very fresh imports but have been occasionally available as US-source seed-grown plants on both coasts since 2017. Only two seedlings survived from this cross and they seem extremely fragile after just over two years in cultivation. It requires heat and humidity to excel but can succeed as a slow-growing houseplant under suboptimal conditions if not kept too dry. Anthurim Regale -seedling. In this case, the conversion is not the product of higher light intensity. This is what most undiluted examples look like. $9.99. Sometimes they will lose their leaves, and then put out totally new growth. Apr 14, 2020 - A family-run web store to offer enthusiasts just like us the best access to uncommon and extraordinary tropicals. While quaint, they bear no resemblance to any wild forms. Epidermal cells that are micro-papillose, markedly convex or conical facilitate the capture of constantly shifting, diffuse light prevalent in forest understories. Image: F. Muller. Even though its warm, humid and I have very good light, I have noted that my plants seem to want to go dormant. A recent review of images provided by U.S. correspondents confirms that most cultivated plants appear to have be diluted with other related species. A particularly nice colony of Anthurium clarinervium cascading down a rocky slope in nature in Chiapas, México. Discovered in the early 1950s, it is now placed in section Andiphilum that all share very large bright orange ripe fruits and single seeds. It is generally assumed that these violet abaxial surfaces have evolved to reflect significant amounts of PAR that has traveled through the upper leaf surface back into inner, chloroplast/iridoplast rich tissue where it is then absorbed. This plant remains surprisingly difficult to obtain as a pure species. anthurium warocqueanum dark form. Like many other velvet leaf anthuriums that were introduced to ornamental horticulture in the 1970s and 1980s, largely due to lazy cultural practices in some south Florida nurseries, there are a large number of questionable plants on the market that appear to be either NOID primary hybrids or backcrosses of these to A. papillilaminum. This beautiful plant is also closely related to another recently discovered, somewhat similar looking species from eastern Panamá. Shown above Anthurium sp. Image transfer from 35 mm slide. Very good. It is broadly categorized as having B (=supernumerary) chromosomes, often possessing velvety (velutinous) leaves with smooth, ribbed or winged petioles, and greenish-violet or purple and white fruits. See its sibling, A. Together with other birds-nest anthuriums such as Anthurium superbum, A. hookeri and A. jenmanii, this species was in such high demand in Indonesia from 2007 to 2008 that larger plants routinely sold for staggeringly high prices, even by current standards. I have recently remade this hybrid in California using the same A. papillilaminum parent as the one that generated these plants but with an exceptionally large and well-shaped clone of A. warocqueanum (‘Jolly Green Giant’ see above) as the pollen donor. collected in the Darién Province of Panamá in the 1990s and previously misidentified as an A. crystallinum at a U.S. botanical garden. While heavily quilted or bullate leaves clearly facilitate rapid leaf drying, observations suggest that this is not necessarily the case with leaves with micro-papillose dermal cells. Friend and fellow Esotérico Peter Rockstroh (see “Colombian Nature” elsewhere on the website) grew a large seedling batch of my F1 Anthurium dressleri from the Río Guanche, Colón Province ecotype from 2003 until 2013. Above left, wild-origin founder Anthurium dressleri ‘#3’ in Guatemala; right a mature F2, line-bred A. dressleri growing in California. As is the case for A. queremalense, the short peduncle and pale spadix differentiate it from A. marmoratum and its close relatives. section Xialophyllium (?) However, at least one shown above, Philodendron cf. €16.00, €20.00 Currently, the most commonly cultivated forms include a myriad of “no-name” Anthurium crystallinum x magnificum, x A. forgetii, x magnificum hybrids and further mutt outcrosses, as well as A. clarinervium and a couple of its hybrids. An outstanding example of an esqueleto in the Huntington Botanical Garden’s research greenhouse. The velvety leaves are stiff and cardboard-like. It is also a very popular pot plant in its native countries of México and Guatemala. Species now assigned to this section were formerly included in both Cardiolonchium and Belolonchium. – a giant terrestrial species, apparently restricted to middle elevation cloud forest in the vicinity of the old Cali-Buenaventura road in Valle del Cauca Department in western Colombia. Because Ghiesbreght collected throughout southeastern México and western Guatemala, it is unclear where the original material originated since it is now known from both countries. Anthurium Magnificum Dark Form. are just normal variations within the species. A five year-old, seed grown F1 Anthurium metallicum propagated from a cultivated plant originating from montane cloud forest at 8,800’/2,700 masl elevation in Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. – a low elevation, apparently epiphytic, localized central Peruvian endemic from the San Martin Region. New rootsingarden. Image: F. Muller. The very short peduncle that places the inflorescence near the leaf axils - an exception in this group - is a key diagnostic separating it from the closely-related and near sympatric A. marmoratum. I owned a terribly maladapted but very black leafed Australian backcross of this hybrid in Guatemala in the 2000s but remade a sturdier reverse cross in 2017. 1 day ago. This undescribed taxon is in very limited cultivation, has recently been rediscovered in nature and has great ornamental potential due to its exceptional tolerance to warm temperatures. New leaf on a young, seed-grown Anthurium carlablackiae. Image: F. Muller. $50.00 shipping. Some of the most popular velvet-leaf members of the genus (all section Cardiolonchium unless otherwise noted) in cultivation include: Anthurium clarinervium – is one of the best-known velvet-leaf anthuriums and justifiably popular with tropical plant collectors around the world. It remains to be seen whether the bluish leaf color is maintained into maturity. The true species, as opposed to artificial hybrid “re-creations” made in several countries over the past decades, remains extremely elusive in captivity but has recently been reintroduced to ornamental horticulture after almost a century out of cultivation in very limited numbers as seed-grown material of known Chiapan and Guatemalan provenance. Long popular with tropical plant collectors, a number of velvet-leaf anthurium species have been hybridized over many years to produce plants with blended characteristics. Anthurium cirinoi - originally described froma cultivated plant, that (if the same species) is apparently a localized endemic in low elevation pluvial tropical forests in the Chocó, Colombia. , Alocasia ( e.g on the Internet purporting to be emailed when this product becomes available of... 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