Image: F. Muller. Among ornamental tropical aroids, velutinous/velvety upper leaf surfaces are ubiquitous across both the family and within many popular genera. Discovered in the early 1950s, it is now placed in section Andiphilum that all share very large bright orange ripe fruits and single seeds. Somewhat to very similar in appearance to the very showy Ecuadoran plants currently traded as A. waterburyanum (ined.) Two readily differentiated forms of Anthurium warocqueanum as young F1s, shown above in 6”/15 cm pots and grown in Guatemala. An exceptionally fine example of Anthurium clarinervium shown in nature. philodendron gloriosum. Recent reports (with photos) of new esqueletos from northern and central Perú show that more suprises await ornamental horticulture. Fortunately, the captive genetics shown here survive in Guatemala and California. Primary vein pattern suggests that it is the same species shown above that I grew in Guatemala, also from the Colombian Altiplano. An inflorescence at anthesis of a cultivated Anthurium metallicum from Cundinamarca Department, Colombia as redescribed by Jácome & Croat (2005). This somewhat localized species’ proper sectional placement is currently the subject of debate. We do this with marketing and advertising partners (who may have their own information they’ve collected). Young plants will excel as subjects in large, warm, misted terraria for several years. Warm days, cooler nights and large pots with long-lasting, free-draining media should improve its appearance. 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. Imported plants, if grown from weathered, old stem cuttings, may be of recent wild-collected origin. Buy It Now +$15.23 shipping. Interestingly, some velvet-leafed aroid species lose this trait to a greater or lesser degree over time, normally when exposed to brighter conditions. A mature Anthurium aff. There are several sections (a taxonomic category in botany just below a subgenus) with species possessing velvet or matte-subvelvety leaves. The Lyon Botanical Garden (France) and Bonn Botanical Garden (Germany) also maintain an impressive diversity of these plants. €129,90 - €269,90 inkl. When in flower, it is readily distinguished from both by its purple-tinged or violet, versus pale green, spadix. 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. Anthurium dressleri, near type locality form in nature. 8”-$50 : Anthurium sp: Prominent lime green midrib, marked venation, large leaves. While it certainly has showy leaves, it is finicky in cultivation and difficult to maintain as an unclustered plant. Tentatively considered and aberrant section Cardiolonchium, Multinervium or Pachyneurium species with the involute vernation typical of the latter two sections, it can be subvelvety to velvety depending on culture with petioles sharply triangular in cross-section. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. magnificum “Norte” and right one of the so-called “green” leaf forms. Very beautiful Anthurium Regale with a new leaf! Over the past several years, both wild-collected and artificially propagated material has become available via exports from Andean country nurseries. Another noteworthy early section Cardiolonchium hybrid made by Michael Bush at Selby Botanical Garden in the late 1970s or early 1980s that persists in limited cultivation is A. 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. Description ; Bids ; Private message ; Description . Etsy uses cookies and similar technologies to give you a better experience, enabling things like: Detailed information can be found in Etsy’s Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy and our Privacy Policy. Item condition: New Category: Uncategorized. While quaint, they bear no resemblance to any wild forms. Their hybrids, including F1s and complex-types, will usually show some mix of the two when their petioles are examined closely. From my perspective, the latter two species are of particular value in modern foliage-type anthurium breeding programs because they exhibit some of the most velvety-looking leaves in the genus and consistently contribute very dark color tones to their hybrid offspring. Image: F. Muller. This young individual matches 19th century images and descriptions perfectly. These convex cells are what give velutinous leaf aroids their “velvety” aspect. Expanding new leaf on the original stem of my Anthurium regale x dressleri ‘Voodoo Child’™ clone, still growing rapidly at 30”/75 cm. FREE shipping, €4.26 Surprisingly cold tolerant for lengthy periods, but very prone to aroid blight (Xanthomonas campestris pv. 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. Young leaves on Anthurium rioclaroense (ined. Section Porphyrochitonium (alt. section Xialophyllium (?) Above left, wild-origin founder Anthurium dressleri ‘#3’ in Guatemala; right a mature F2, line-bred A. dressleri growing in California. This species is generally intolerant of constantly saturated growing media and should be set up to allow its adventitious roots to run. Join Waitlist. Condition. Two unusual Anthurium clarinervium hybrids. Filter. Western and southern Colombia are particularly rich in section Cardiolonchium diversity, so the final count for the section will almost certainly be higher as previously unexplored areas of the country are botanized. Other than its very handsome leaf color, its principal claim to notoriety is its great size. New rootsingarden. Petiole profiles can also vary but are conspicuously winged with quadrate or pentagonal profiles in cross-section. It is being released in the U.S. market in limited numbers by the author beginning in April 2020. Liczba produktów znalezionych w kategorii: 12. philodendron. Currently regarded as the number one most wanted Anthurium, the Anthurium warocqueanum has been described as one of the most seductive Anthuriums available because of its long, elegant, dark velvet foliage. ‘Purple Velvet’ x marmoratum) x warocqueanum (Hall and Dearden) and A. A still undescribed section Cardiolonchium from Ecuador, Anthurium portillae. This species is highly variable and I have had plants with beautiful silver veining and some with almost no visible silver at all. Popular air purifying indoor plant...easy to take care and can last very long. The very showy, related and distinctive eastern Guna Yala endemic, Anthurium carlablackiae, that was discovered a decade back as well as other recent unpublished finds indicates that other related Panamanian species are out there that are of interest to rare plant collectors. Again to the upside, it has resurfaced in a very small percentage of my line bred F2 seedlings produced in both Guatemala and California and also persists in natural populations. Again, there are few pure A. papillilaminum in cultivation nowadays, although renewed interest in it has prompted me and one or two other U.S. collectors to produce new crops of seed-grown plants of known wild provenance. In order of importance these are: Section Cardiolonchium includes a large selection of Anthurium, currently numbering well over 250 published or accepted species (fide Thomas Croat, Missouri Botanical Garden). Anthurium Regale Medium. This supports the notion that strongly convex epidermal cells are an adaptation to improve capture of low light levels. Species now assigned to this section were formerly included in both Cardiolonchium and Belolonchium. Anthurium Moodeanum. Other common names for this tropical houseplant include ‘Queen Anthurium’ and ‘White-Veined Anthurium’. It occurs discontinuously as a very compact terrestrial or lithophyte on karst, discontinuously at low and lower middle elevations in tropical wet forest from northern Chiapan highlands along the Oaxacan border to the lowlands of northwestern Guatemalan in the Sierra de Chinajá, Alta Verapaz Department. Recently, I have also found a few “black” leafed individuals among an F2 seedling batch of mine in California. This elongated “black” and quilted type is one of the most desirable leaf form in cultivation and its leaves can reach 24”/60 cm in length. Seedlings are cordate until about 5”/13 cm tall. Anthurium warocqueanum growing as an epiphyte in nature, foothill rainforest in western Colombia. Some seed-grown and propagates of wild-collected Colombian-origin plants are beginning to make their way back into horticulture in larger numbers from Andean country nurseries, which is a welcome development for collectors. Mature Anthurium cf. Not in stock. ), A. queremalense (ined. 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” (?) The Anthurium clarinervium—also called the velvet cardboard anthurium—is a stunning tropical plant that thrives indoors. Among other things, it lacks the contrasting leaf veins that identify this species and is much closer to A. papillilaminum than to crystallinum although it has a somewhat different ripe fruit color than both of these species. There are several of these very attractive velvety or subvelvety leaf terrestrial anthuriums from the eastern side of the Peruvian Andes. Critical examination of the petioles and peduncles of domestic nursery-source plants will usually reveal hybrid origins, since A. crystallinum has smooth, mostly terete petioles and A. magnificum has distinctly winged petioles that are cuadrate or pentagonal in cross-section. nov. aff. €16.00, €20.00 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. ), A. forgetii, A. warocqueanum, A. waterburyanum (ined. 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 … 6”-$20 : Anthurium spp. This remains an undescribed species from northern Ecuador. Set where you live, what language you speak, and the currency you use. 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. Image: A. Dearden. Anthurium dressleri – is a terrestrial species that is restricted to shady habitats at low elevations on the Caribbean drainage in Colón and adjacent areas in the Comarca de Guna Yala and Panamá Provinces, Panamá. A new leaf on its way and very soon will develop. 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. Locally abundant in remote areas of its range, but threatened by over collection at known localities in Chiapas state. This is the Queen’s Anthurium! Author’s collection in 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 was involved in some accidental and unremarkable south Florida hybrids back in the day, but recent crosses with species other than A. crystallinum are real standouts. There was a problem subscribing you to this newsletter. (sp. Leaf proportions in terms of length-to-width ratios, relative basal lobe height and shape, primary vein patterns and specific geographic origin, when available from a credible source, are all important things to take into account when making an identification. 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. True Anthurium crystallinum and A. magnificum remain surprisingly rare in cultivation, although the Ecuadoran orchid nurseries have recently improved the supply of the former and also offer different ecotypes of close relatives of the latter species. Note the outwardly turned basal leaf lobes on both individuals. €17.61, €22.01 Join Waitlist. Note the bright red spathe, which appears unique in this species complex but is characteristic of A. sanguineum and related taxa. metallicum growing potted in pure tree fern fiber in the author’s collection in Guatemala. Original Price €22.01" This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) Together with a wild-collected plant taken by Dewey Fisk in northern Ecuador in the 1990s I produced a large batch of F1 A. forgetii in Guatemala, some of which were exported to the U.S. in the late 2000s. Both the species and its primary hybrids are extremely popular with tropical plant collectors. Now, both clones being grown here (‘Voodoo Child’™ and ‘Red Velvet’™) are showing much larger, darker and more rounded leaves. Visually somewhat similar to another closely related Peruvian endemic and terrestrial species, A. pulcachense (currently placed in sect. 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. 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. The very attractive and localized terrestrial Anthurium carlablackiae in nature, in lowland tropical rainforest of eastern Panamá. These technologies are used for things like interest based Etsy ads. 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. This plant requires very high humidity! Great root system that will acclimatize in a jiffy. Anthurium Magnificum Dark Form. dieffenbachiae) as well as less aggressive bacterial infections when grown under sub-optimal conditions. Dismiss notification. $19.99. believed to involve thes species. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum, grown in California (left) and Guatemala (right). 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. These include Philodendron (e.g. (sp. Unfortunately, a lot of this material appears to have been hybridized - intentionally or not - with a variety of species and bench hybrids so growers interested in cultivating the pure species should compare material offered for sale with images of wild plants shown here to get some sense of what they are purchasing. aff. Most of these were made or remade by me in Guatemala; a few others were done in Queensland, Australia and south Florida. FREE shipping, Sale Price €16.00 Plants moved to conditions akin to those of a classic “stovehouse” environment in the summer of 2018 suddenly spread their wings in early 2019. 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. growing in nature in western Colombia (Image: A. Dearden). Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions. Basal lobes on these western populations also do not appear to meet or overlap like those in Colombian plants. Despite its superficial resemblance to some widespread contrast-veined Colombian species, A. carlablackiae appears to be more closely related to the central Panamanian endemic A. dressleri which occurs further west. Relatively few are in cultivation, where some are labeled as A. rubrinervium (= A. sagittatum). 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. Note that, besides the loss of contrast veining throughout, which is a hallmark of A. villenaorum, the ground color and primary vein pattern is also markedly different. A very atypical terrestrial and sometimes subvelvety member of section Pachyneurium from eastern Costa Rica and extreme western Panamá, Anthurium schottianum in nature. magnificum “Norte” and A. rioclaroense (ined.). 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. This very atractive clone has a velvety aspect and large, nearly orbicular leaves with overlapping basal lobes when fully grown. Epidermal cells that are micro-papillose, markedly convex or conical facilitate the capture of constantly shifting, diffuse light prevalent in forest understories. philodendron pink princess. ANTHURIUM VITTARIFOLIUM Long Strap Leaves Rare Tropical Aroid hanging leaf +HEAT. dressleri where they occur in sympatry. Anthurium Regale (s) I have arranged a very beautiful form for you. While all three are winged to varying degrees, “Norte” exhibits conspicuous, often frilled wings that extend to their peduncles when flowering. Slow-growing and oftentimes fussy in captivity, but well worth every effort to keep it happy. To clarify misconceptions about naming, all simple crosses of these two parents produce A. I strongly suspect that several western Colombian and northern Ecuadoran species are being lumped together under A. metallicum in the nursery trade to capitalize on a marketable “name”, with true form high elevation plants presenting almost insurmountable difficulties for most private growers and public gardens outside of origin without greenhouses designed to house upper elevation cloud forest plants. lupinum, an eastern Amazonian hemiepiphyte begins life with cordate, black-green velvety leaves with violet under leaf surfaces and becomes a glossy (with plane upper epidermal cells), sagittate leaf plant as it matures. A. lezamae ?) Image: F. Muller. This is an Anthurium cf. 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. Collectors should be aware that many juveniles undergo substantial changes to color and pattern as they mature. Not in stock. Right, young, cultivated example from a nearby ecotype growing in the author’s collection. 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. 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). 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. 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). 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. Large growing erect plant. 6”- 20 8"-$35 : Anthurium sp: Large green, round, velvet leafed, beautiful anthurium. Complete tree. With its beautiful round leaves it really stands out in the collection. Left to right, A. sp. 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