$17.00 . metallicum, can have mature leaf blades from 4-6’/1.20-1.88 m long. But be warned-the flowers are rather odd looking! Exceptional clones produce leaves to well over 3’/90 cm in length and can be much darker colored than these. Anthurium warocqueanum – another large leaf western Colombian endemic, growing as a hemiepiphytic or epiphytic giant species in undercanopy from sea level elevation tropical rain forest to upper elevation cloud forest ecosystems (>7,000’/2,200 masl) in the western part of the country. Healthy plant! Cardiolonchium species. A recent spate of eBay, Etsy and private offerings of mostly Indonesian-source plants that seek to dupe potential buyers has been observed and reported. Anthurium forgetii growing as a terrestrial in nature in lowland tropical rainforest, Antioquia Department, Colombia. $5.50. Young plants will excel as subjects in large, warm, misted terraria for several years. Velvet-leaf anthuriums with contrast-colored leaf veins (esqueletos - see below) have been justifiably popular in ornamental horticulture since the late 19th century. Anthurium Norwegian Package € 274.95. First, you need to water your plant regularly. Although described by Jean Linden in 1860, it remains a bit of an enigma. In true A. marmoratum, leaves can easily exceed 4’/1.25 m in length in some exceptional forms. in nature, lowland rainforest Amazonian Perú. Meine kleine digitale Illustration hat es aus meinem Tablet geschafft und ist nun zu einem Magnet... Versand möglich. Both species are exceptionally rare in cultivation outside of origin. Aim to place your anthurium clarinervium in a glazed or plastic pot. New leaf on a young, seed-grown Anthurium carlablackiae. Longest leaf lamina shown on right is 32”/80 cm in length. Chat Make Offer. ANTHURIUM SUPERBUM. This somewhat localized species’ proper sectional placement is currently the subject of debate. 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. The same can be said for commercial offerings of very rare or obscure velvet-leaf Anthurium species by online sellers outside the U.S. that cynically seek to capitalize on current interest and are papered over with stolen or blurry photos. Primary vein pattern suggests that it is the same species shown above that I grew in Guatemala, also from the Colombian Altiplano. Image: F. Muller. The plethora of NOID (no identification) south Florida, Hawaiian, Thai, Indonesian and Ecuadoran hybrids in the nursery trade can be a major challenge for botanists working to sort out cultivated material, with some hybrids masquerading or deceptively marketed as commercially valuable species. Plants being offered online under my hybrid or clonal names seen here or elsewhere on the website, other than from those who can clearly trace it directly back to me (JV) in the recent past, are almost certainly bogus. All of these species can develop very robust stems. This is what some growers in the U.S. refer to as the “dark form”. Other than its very handsome leaf color, its principal claim to notoriety is its great size. This supports the notion that strongly convex epidermal cells are an adaptation to improve capture of low light levels. Dylan recalls picking it up from Colombian natural history guide, Emilio Constantino, on a trip they did together around Calí some years back. It will ship wrapped in tissue paper and bubble wrap, or in a nursery... You will receive the exact plant pictured. A near full size leaf (>24”/60 cm) on a wild-collected Anthurium villenaorum (Clone I), purchased from Karol Villena and in the author’s collection in California. A. sp. This is a conspicuous feature in this species that is shared to a much lesser degree in some of the fully mature A. aff. Anthurium Crystallinum vs. Clarinervium The clarinervium is a close relative of crystallinum. (sp. About Us; Menu. $12 Lunch Specials; Lunch Menu; PIZZA MENU; Early Dinner Special; Dinner Menu Note lateritic, very iron rich red clay substrate which is commonly associated with some terrestrial anthurium species in the lowland rainforests of Panamá and Colombia. comm.). Outcrosses to attractive pebble-leaf species such as Anthurium rugulosum (section Polyneurium) are also interesting and will generate bullate offspring with very glossy, almost metallic-looking leaves. Both species look almost the same, and it is hard to differentiate between them, especially if you are not a botanist or don’t have a lot of experience with plants. This is what most undiluted examples look like. It is certainly an unusual and very handsome anthurium. Two unusual Anthurium clarinervium hybrids. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. Here are some of the most common ones! One Esqueleto species commonly confused with the Clarinervium is the Crystallinum. Recently, some teratogen-treated hybrids have appeared on the Asian markets with nearly orbicular leaves. dieffenbachiae) as well as less aggressive bacterial infections when grown under sub-optimal conditions. WICHTIGER HINWEIS: Da die Post aufgrund des Corona-Ausbruchs keine Werke verschiffen kann, verwenden wir DHL als Option. Heute, 01:38. This extremely desirable species can be quite variable in leaf shape and size in cultivation and at this locality, almost certainly due to genetic influence of the sympatric A. ochranthum. Dr. Croat indicates this species is likely related to Anthurium crystallinum. This very showy lowland tropical rainforest species can have very striking new leaf colors in some clones. The thing to remember about tropical plants is that you need to mimic their natural habitats. Avoid clay based soils at all costs! Faint polka dotting or reticulation on the leaves is a surprisingly common and dominant trait in both seedlings of the pure species and its hybrids, which is apparently a unique leaf character within the genus and further argues for re-evaluation of sectional placement. Because the Anthurium clarinervium is native to southern Mexico, it’s used to hotter weather but it’s not hard for the plant to adapt to colder climates. I have also recently discovered intrasectional wild hybrids of A. papillilaminum and A. ochranthum growing alongside both putative parents in Panamá, and other wild hybrids involving section Cardiolonchium have also been encountered and photographed in nature by Fred Muller across northern tropical America. Mature leaf on the Ecuadoran lowlander, Anthurium portillae (ined.) This is an Anthurium cf. Größe und Form ist wie die A. crystallinum is most closely related to Anthurium papillilaminum but bears some resemblance to A. clarinervium, thus the common confusion between the two species. Bewertungen lesen, schreiben und diskutieren... mehr. Hobbies & Games. Properly documented, domestically produced seed-grown plants are almost always easier to grow and are immeasurably better from a plant conservation standpoint. It was briefly put into PTC in the late 1990s. Comments made recently by a correspondent who researches the origins of color in iridescent leaf tropical plants tentatively ascribes this showy visual effect to “micro-micro” papillate epidermal cells and a very thin cuticle layer. 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. There are several more or less recognizable ecotypes and local variants that are worth collecting, especially the plants with long, narrow, dark green leaves and a sparse number of leaf vein. Author’s photo. waterburyanum mature leaf. A recurring problem for people interested in these plants is the lack of the original provenance of many, even those being grown in botanical gardens. The combination of white under-leaf surfaces, cordate leaves with pronounced basal lobes, large size at maturity and terete petioles are diagnostic. The leaf texture is less like velvet and more like suede. ANTHURIUM OAXACA - $11.00 . Anthurium Crystallinum Common Problems . I open my new houseplant shipment and pot it up. Die herzförmigen Blätter dieser Art können bis zu 55 cm lang und 35 cm breit werden. 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. It is easy to grow and propagate from stem cuttings and is extremely attractive as a pot plant. Several will see limited commercial release in the spring of 2020. 89 € 38126 Braunschweig. Two very good clones from my 2003 remake of John Banta’s Anthurium warocqueanum hybrid, christened “Dark Moma” by him. Anthurium Care: How to Care for Anthuriums as Indoor Plants. The leaf size is around 10-15 cm. I apppears to hybridize with A. berriozabalense in nature. These include Philodendron (e.g. A tropical epiphyte, anthurium needs bright light and water to thrive. magnificum “Norte” and A. rioclaroense (ined.). This species has leaves in nature to over 4.5’/1.35 m long. This particular specimen exceeded 4’/1.25 m in foliage span in late 2020. Author’s image. 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. The so-called “black warocqs” or “narrow dark woqs” that reportedly originate from the lowlands of the Chocó and Valle del Cauca Departments are perhaps among the most distinctive variants now in the exotic plant trade. Image: F. Muller. Their hybrids, including F1s and complex-types, will usually show some mix of the two when their petioles are examined closely. This species has been widely cultivated in many countries since its description and introduction to horticulture almost seventy years ago. This plant remains surprisingly difficult to obtain as a pure species. Both men deserve credit for conjuring up and popularizing a fantastic and clever name for these plants, so mis queridos esqueletos in nature and cultivation comprise a large part of this article. They root relatively easily when their adventitious roots … Image: F. Muller. Fortunately, the captive genetics shown here survive in Guatemala and California. Recent observations of plants from a number of different localities across its range show notable and consistent variation in leaf form and texture as well as spathe + spadix color and almost certainly represent different species. An outstanding example of an esqueleto in the Huntington Botanical Garden’s research greenhouse. Older hybrids that are routinely sold as A. crystallinum include: x forgetii, x magnificum, x regale and x dressleri, as well as mongrel backcrosses to these primary hybrids. Author’s collection. The latter species is a central Bolivian endemic from lowland tropical forest, as shown above. They are sensitive to direct light and burn easily, so take care to protect from hot afternoon sunbeams. A mature leaf on an interesting, undescribed terrestrial Anthurium sp. ANTHURIUM FAUSTINO'S GIANT. Anthurien mögen es ganzjährig warm bei Temperaturen ab 20°C. From $13.00 . placement in new Section Cordato-punctatum)included a few of the larger species from very shady environments that also have subvelvety leaves, most notably the Ecuadoran Anthurium pallidiflorum and the southern Central American A. wendlingeri (see post on the latter species elsewhere on this site). Be the first to know about plants that are coming soon! 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. Anthurium Magnificum x Crystallinum. Despite relatively few species from this section occurring there, three out of Panamá’s nine native section Cardiolonchium species are very popular with hybridizers (A. aff. Place your anthurium in a bright spot, with indirect sunlight to promote healthy growth. magnificum “Norte” plants in cultivation. Note that, together with other members of this group, especially A. queremalense, the leaf vein arrangement changes to become more complex with age and size. Chat with us below if you have any questions. Das fünfte ist auf... Versand möglich. Shown above right, two attractive but poorly-known section Cardiolonchium; at left the compact, terrestrial Anthurium sp. Wenn die Pflanze ein höheres Alter erreicht, ändert sich die Farbe in ein samtiges, tiefes Smaragdgrün. This cross produced very few viable seeds and is obviously dominated by the A. magnificum seed parent in terms of general aspect when young, but has the leaf venation, terete petioles and overall size of A. warocqueanum when mature. You will receive the exact plant pictured. This species has only recently been introduced to cultivation in the U.S. and was subsequently published in late 2020 (Croat & O.Ortiz). Some modern hybrids have recently been outcrossed into F2, such as Anthurium (subsignatum x crystallinum) x papillilaminum (Vannini), A. aff. If you are eager to learn about anthurium care or want to know more for an upcoming purchase, this guide will break down the basics. 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. As always please let me know if you have any questions or any videos that you would like to see. Seedlings are cordate until about 5”/13 cm tall. dressleri in tropical rainforest understory, Panamá. Anthurium Crystallinum Plant Care Anthurium Crystallinum Light the spectral solar radiation range of 400-700 nanometers) in deeply shaded environments. Compared to other members of the anthurium, the anthurium clarinervium is indeed a fast grower in the correct conditions. 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. A. lezamae ?) lupinum. 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. metallicum growing potted in pure tree fern fiber in the author’s collection in Guatemala. Etymology: In reference to the whitish coloration of the leaf veins. A recent review of images provided by U.S. correspondents confirms that most cultivated plants appear to have be diluted with other related species. Almost all are now rarities in collections. besseae aff.” by Ecuadoran nurseries. Several collectors who obtained plants early on have found it surprisingly easy and fast growing in cultivation although it is intolerant of prolonged spells of high temperatures. Other less commonly-cultivated species that are also subvelvety include the very striking Costa Rican endemic, A. schottianum, now believed to have been misplaced in this section solely due to it exhibiting involute ptyxis. A still undescribed section Cardiolonchium from Ecuador, Anthurium portillae. Well known Californian plantsman Dylan Hannon, Curator of the Conservatory and Tropicals Collection at the Huntington Botanical Garden in San Merino, first introduced me to this very apt term in 2019. In spring and summer, you need to water your velvet-leaf beauty twice or thrice a week. Young leaves on Anthurium rioclaroense (ined. Two outstanding leaf forms on plants currently considered to be ecotypes of Anthurium magnificum that may be described as novel taxa down the road. A very striking example of Anthurium aff. It is also a very popular pot plant in its native countries of México and Guatemala. I often hear about the great battle – anthurium clarinervium vs crystallinum… Well, these 2 are cousins, and I can’t still make my mind on who prevails. When well grown, this is one of the most attractive of all foliage aroids. 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. Hybridizes freely, but fruit can take up to two years to ripen. While all three are winged to varying degrees, “Norte” exhibits conspicuous, often frilled wings that extend to their peduncles when flowering. Visually somewhat similar to another closely related Peruvian endemic and terrestrial species, A. pulcachense (currently placed in sect. Young mature example of Anthurium villenaorum growing in California. Select options. Check the top inch of the soil before watering to prevent waterlogging and rot. Author’s collection in California. These images clearly illustrate what a spectacular plant A. dressleri is when well-cultivated and why it is so popular with rare tropical aroid collectors. An outstanding species in cultivation for those with the space to show it off. Young, artificially propagated F1 Anthurium dressleri of the Río Guanche ecotype, very dark leaf form. When in flower, it is readily distinguished from both by its purple-tinged or violet, versus pale green, spadix. With persistence (or luck) it is also reported to outcross to sections Cardiolonchium and Chamaerepium in cultivation. Image transfer from 35 mm slide. Anthurium warocqueanum growing as an epiphyte in nature, foothill rainforest in western Colombia. Anthurium Clarinervium vs. Crystallinum If you are confused between these two species, it is entirely understandable. First generation seedlings of this species, grown from select founders are gradually becoming available in the U.S. A particularly nice colony of Anthurium clarinervium cascading down a rocky slope in nature in Chiapas, México. Happily, its hybrids are usually fairly easy in cultivation. Cardiolonchium), its leaf blades grow to ~30”/75 cm. A tropical epiphyte, anthurium needs bright light and water to thrive. An absolutely gorgeous species that can also be a bit fickle in cultivation with many plants barely surviving in collections outside of the tropics as “one leaf wonders”. Anthurium Magnificum vs Clarinervium. 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. Author’s California collection. A group of my three year-old F1 Anthurium warocqueanum growing on a greenhouse bench in Guatemala. Interveinal “noise” is commonly observed in juvenile leaves of some Andean country esqueletos. Also known as the velvet cardboard anthurium, this plant can trace its roots (see what we did there?) You will receive a bulb *not sprouted* about 2-3" in diameter. Following Chris Hall and Arden Dearden’s lead with their use of A. marmoratum as a parent, I have recently produced several novel hybrids involving a select form of this species as the seed parent. Like most delicate tropical foliage plants, they faded from cultivation following the First World War, slowly regaining popularity among western plant collectors again during the 1950s and 1960s (see Alfred Graf’s “Exotica” Series I, 1957). Grower, Dylan Hannon. A very atypical terrestrial and sometimes subvelvety member of section Pachyneurium from eastern Costa Rica and extreme western Panamá, Anthurium schottianum in nature. This species can hold large leaves, to over 30”/75 cm when well grown. There is really just two things that you need to do. (sp. Contrast veining is a constant in all intercrosses between species exhibiting this character but, as was noted above, is often suppressed when pure A. dressleri and A. papillilaminum are used as parents, particularly when the offspring are young. ), hardy in USDA zones 10-12, bring the tropics to the indoor garden. Mexico 22: 3775. The plants have 2 growths each. Sie hat 4 Blätter. 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