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Image of Anthurium (SANGRIA™) PPAF photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Anthurium)

The bold Sangria™ Anthurium has very large heart-shaped leaves of luminous green, a uniform habit, and loads of glossy bright red flowers. The flowers are produced just above the pretty foliage throughout the year. This hybrid was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets.

This clump-forming plant has thick, heart-shaped leaves that are pleasingly glossy. New growth is bronze when...

Image of Anthurium (WHITE HEART) PPAF photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Anthurium)

Few hybrid anthurium can match the stunning beauty of White Heart. Its remarkable flowers have pink spathes that rise from large, milk white spadices. They hover just above the lush, heart-shaped leaves of rich green. This compact, blight resistant hybrid was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets.

This clump-forming plant has large, thick, heart-shaped leaves. The showy flowers are produced...

(Flamingo Lily, Oil Cloth Flower, Oilcloth Flower, Tail Flower, Tailflower)

The glossy red flowers of flamingo lily lend a bright, tropical look to any landscape, indoor or out. Native to the moist, tropical forests of Ecuador and Colombia, this species naturally grows as an epiphyte (tree dweller) but is also amenable to pot culture. Wild specimens are scandent, meaning they climb via spreading, clinging roots. The flowers are very long-lasting when cut and a favorite for florist’s arrangements.

The large, heart- or shield-shaped leaves of this aroid are evergreen...

Image of Anthurium andraeanum

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Flamingo Lily, Tailflower)

First introduced in 2009, 'Otazu' flamingo flower boasts chocolate brown blooms that last as long as 60 days. It was bred by the Brazilian company, Terra Viva Flowers and Plants.

The glossy flowers of flamingo lily lend a bright, tropical look to any landscape, indoor or out. Native to the moist, tropical forests of Ecuador and Colombia, this species naturally grows as an epiphyte (tree dweller) but is also amenable to pot culture. Wild specimens are scandent, meaning they climb via spreading,...

Image of Anthurium bakeri photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Anthurium, Baker's Anthurium)

Unusual among other Anthurium species, Baker's anthurium is a tree-dwelling epiphyte found in the tropical, wet, premontane forests from Guatemala to Colombia. It has long, lance-shaped leaves of green with brownish undersides. Its flowers have a creamy white, nearly cylindrical spadix. A long column of red berries is produced following insect pollination. These fruits are very showy and interesting.

The long, linear leaves of this anthurium are evergreen and produced in a tidy clump....

Image of Anthurium clarinervium photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Anthurium)

Anthurium is a large genus of more than 700 species and many more cultivated varieties. These are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical regions of Mexico south to Brazil and Ecuador. Desirable species were brought to Hawaii late in the 1800’s where they are now a significant horticultural crop. Most varieties in commercial production are hybrids that are favored as houseplants, conservatory specimens and container or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable....

Image of Anthurium clavigerum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Anthurium)

Anthurium is a large genus of more than 700 species and many more cultivated varieties. These are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical regions of Mexico south to Brazil and Ecuador. Desirable species were brought to Hawaii late in the 1800’s where they are now a significant horticultural crop. Most varieties in commercial production are hybrids that are favored as houseplants, conservatory specimens and container or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable....

Image of Anthurium crassinervium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Anthurium)

Anthurium is a large genus of more than 700 species and many more cultivated varieties. These are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical regions of Mexico south to Brazil and Ecuador. Desirable species were brought to Hawaii late in the 1800’s where they are now a significant horticultural crop. Most varieties in commercial production are hybrids that are favored as houseplants, conservatory specimens and container or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable....

(Scalloped Laceleaf)

This evergreen herbaceous perennial is native to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The large, oblong, glossy, wavy-edged leaves grow in a vase-shaped clump. Narrow maroon spathes and long, fragrant, purplish green spadices appear sporadically throughout the year in warm, humid conditions.

Anthurium crenatum needs warmth, humidity, and partial shade, and thrives in a porous soil rich in leaf mold. Grow it as an indoor container plant, or outdoors in tropical climates.

Image of Anthurium crystallinum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Crystal Laceleaf)

Native from Panama to Peru, this evergreen herbaceous perennial is grown primarily for its large rounded glossy dark green leaves with indented silver-white veins. The purplish green spathes and spadices are ornamentally insignificant.

Anthurium crystallinum prefers humidity, partial shade, and fertile, moist, well drained soil. Use as a house plant, or as a container or garden plant in tropical areas.