It was briefly put into PTC in the late 1990s. There is a great deal of confusion surrounding the characters of one of the best-known species, Anthurium crystallinum, mostly stemming from its having been hybridized - both intentionally and not - for many decades. P. verrucosum, P. gigas, P. luxurians), Alocasia (e.g. ), A. forgetii, A. warocqueanum, A. waterburyanum (ined. Above left, wild origin Anthurum willifordii growing in a commercial greenhouse in Guatemala. Recent reports (with photos) of new esqueletos from northern and central Perú show that more suprises await ornamental horticulture. Anthurium magnificum x crystallinum is a beautiful hybrid species. Above left, wild-origin founder Anthurium dressleri ‘#3’ in Guatemala; right a mature F2, line-bred A. dressleri growing in California. It does well in moderate, indirect light and high humidity. Author’s image. All of these species can develop very robust stems. 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. Anthurien mögen es ganzjährig warm bei Temperaturen ab 20°C. But be warned-the flowers are rather odd looking! Some, like the giant Bolivian Anthurium grande, range as high as 7,600’/2,350 m. The majority of popular species in cultivation have leaves between 16-28”/20-70 cm in length. The best soil is a mixture of organic bark, peat and perlite. – a low elevation, apparently epiphytic, localized central Peruvian endemic from the San Martin Region. This very striking bright red new leaf color slowly changes to chocolate brown with dark green hints as the leaves mature. The combination of white under-leaf surfaces, cordate leaves with pronounced basal lobes, large size at maturity and terete petioles are diagnostic. A very striking example of Anthurium aff. 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. Note that there are a number of species in section Cardiolonchium that do NOT have velvety upper leaf surfaces, such as the central Panamanian endemic A. cerrocampanense as well as some populations of more widespread and variable species like A. rubrinervium/sagittatum and A. ochranthum. ANTHURIUM 'ROYAL FLUSH' $13.00 . One close relative of Anthurium magnificum (A. rioclaroense ined.) Alternate spellings that surfaced from online exchanges that I had with U.S. aroid growers in the late 1990s and early 2000s include Dark Momma, but Dark Mama - the version popularized by NSE Tropicals - is the one that prevailed in the trade. Die Blattspreiten sehen samtig aus, sind typischerweise 2-3 mal länger als breit und an der Spitze der Lappen herzförmig. Lovely heart shape leaf. All of these species can develop very robust stems. This somewhat localized species’ proper sectional placement is currently the subject of debate. Young plants will excel as subjects in large, warm, misted terraria for several years. Anthurium GrowJungle Ultimate Package € 364.95. Left, the satin-leafed Anthurium rioclaroense (ined.) Imported plants, if grown from weathered, old stem cuttings, may be of recent wild-collected origin. Anthurium cf. Left, (A. faustomirandae x clarinervium) x ‘Ace of Spades’ (Rotolante) in the author’s California collection and right, A. clarinervium x seleri (private grower, San Francisco). 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. To thrive in our homes, anthuriums need medium to bright indirect light, although they’ll accept less during their dormant period in winter. Surprisingly variable in leaf form and color, even within the same population, but all share slightly subterete to terete petioles and yellowish green spadices. Right, a red emergent leaf on this plant in California that is a dominant trait in thw species. Alternatively, you can mist its leaves a few times per week or keep a humidifier nearby. 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 this isn’t possible to obtain, this plant can also thrive in a light soil mixed with crushed charcoal, bark chips, mulch or orchid bark. 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. Shown above, two select clones of the author’s very limited summer 2020 release, Anthurium Carib Queen™, a unique A. dressleri primary hybrid. Image: F. Muller. Buy Anthurium Clarinervium in Singapore,Singapore. To say that Peter is a talented horticulturist is a major understatement. Expanding new leaf on the original stem of my Anthurium regale x dressleri ‘Voodoo Child’™ clone, still growing rapidly at 30”/75 cm. Warm days, cooler nights and large pots with long-lasting, free-draining media should improve its appearance. Add to cart. There are several sections (a taxonomic category in botany just below a subgenus) with species possessing velvet or matte-subvelvety leaves. The latter species in particular has been subject to heavy poaching pressure by commercial interests for more than two decades and is now either very rare or nearly extirpated near the type locality in the Huallaga Valley, Perú (F. Muller, pers. Keep out of reach of children and pets at all times. Hobbies & Games. Plants. 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. A more recent phenomenon involves marketing of NOID hybrids or Anthurium ‘Ace of Spades’ (a mass market item produced clonally via plant tissue culture) in Asia as genuinely exotic crosses with one or more unlikely parents. 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. 70 € VB 10245 Friedrichshain. The image on the left shows just exactly how dark the leaves on both this species and this apparently undescribed sibling taxon can be in nature; replicating these colors in captivity requires experimentation with lighting and micronutrition (esp. Image: F. Muller. 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. aff. Two unusual Anthurium clarinervium hybrids. Below right, a mature leaf of an immense specimen superbly grown by Dylan Hannon at the Huntington Botanical Garden in southern California. Anthurium dressleri, near type locality form in nature. 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. ANTHURIUM OAXACA - $11.00 . Images of wild plants as well as this image show these two undescribed taxa to be among the most attractive forms in this group. Its veins have a lighter color and are more defined and in contrast with its darker leaves. Greenhouse grown for most of their lives, he cultivated two as houseplants in his Guatemalan home (shown above left in 2013 on a dining room sideboard and right on top of his refrigerator) as well as another very nice example in his office. Biol. “Purple Velvet, the seed parent of the hybrid shown above. Be aware that all parts of the anthurium clarinervium are toxic to dogs and cats if ingested. Summary. A jumble of Anthurium magnificum x crystallinum. Two very nice leaf forms of Anthurium papillilaminum. (sp. Many species in the Anthurium genus can get prohibitively large inside the home. Transfer into a small pot with a suitable potting mix and voila! Recently, some teratogen-treated hybrids have appeared on the Asian markets with nearly orbicular leaves. It is a fairly compact terrestrial or lithophytic species on limestone, including the possible synonym or natural hybrid A. lezamae and occurs discontinuously at middle elevations in cloud forests of the northern and eastern Chiapan highlands in southeastern México and on into western Guatemala along the border region. Anturium 'Fingers' Anth. Among ornamental tropical aroids, velutinous/velvety upper leaf surfaces are ubiquitous across both the family and within many popular genera. 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. Likewise, spadix scent at anthesis, while pleasant, also differs from true A. crystallinum. Other members of sections Cardiolonchium, Andiphilum and Pachyneurium have matte-subvelvety or satiny-looking leaves throughout their lives. Hope you enjoyed this random repotting video. A. micholitziana, A. reginula), Amorphophallus (e.g. 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. More examples of a very promising hybrid between Anthurium regale and A. dressleri that I made in late 2008. or A. portilloense ined.) Huallaga valley, Perú and right, a new leaf of the hemiepiphytic A. triciafrankiae. Nicht nur Liebhaber von Anthurien und extravaganten Zierpflanzen erfüllt das Betrachten der Anthurie clarinervium mit wahrer Freude. 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. As currently defined (Jácome & Croat 2005), this is a large to giant high elevation cloud forest hemiepiphyte restricted to west-central Colombia with a characteristic basal vein pattern, a deep pink or deep red spathe and a bright green to reddish-tinged green spadix. Above, two very good clones of the exceptional Australian hybrid, Anthurium sp. 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. Heute, 14:55. Try to mimic it’s natural environment with speckled light for best results. 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. Select, wild-origin A. dressleri clones (such as ‘#3’) were used to create these hybrids. Epidermal cells that are micro-papillose, markedly convex or conical facilitate the capture of constantly shifting, diffuse light prevalent in forest understories. Primary vein pattern suggests that it is the same species shown above that I grew in Guatemala, also from the Colombian Altiplano. Prospective buyers should insist on material from reliable nursery sources or where the “breeder” can clearly demonstrate his or her holding or having ready access to mature examples of both seed and pollen parents. Read more. pedato-radiatum 'Fingers' $15.00 . Primary veins on the exceptionally velutinous Colombian terrestrial aroid, Philodendron luxurians (ined.). Its pattern is brighter and less rounded, and the leaves are a thinner and larger than the Clarinervium. Anthurium. If you need a heat pack, please order one here. ANTHURIUM CLARINERVIUM. Clarinervium plants have distinguished cordate or heart shaped leaves. Note the very prominent wings on the petioles and peduncle of this plant. Mature example of an excellent clone of Anthurium radicans x dressleri bred by the author in the early 2000s, shown in his Guatemalan collection. from western Colombia growing in my collection in the San Francisco Bay area. 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 very wide elevational range reported by collectors, which would now be considered unusual in this genus, raises suspicions that more than one species may be involved. All of these species can develop very robust stems. Aim to place your anthurium clarinervium in a glazed or plastic pot. If you are looking for a visually appealing plant to add to your indoor plant collection, look no further than the anthurium clarinervium. Image: F. Muller. Most of these were made or remade by me in Guatemala; a few others were done in Queensland, Australia and south Florida. The clarinervium is a smaller growing species that is perfect to grow in the home! Home & Living. pedato-radiatum 'Fingers' $15.00 . 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. Menü schließen Kundenbewertungen für "Herzblattblume (Anthurium)" Bewertungen aller Artikel ansehen (6527) Bewertung schreiben Bewertungen werden nach Spam-Überprüfung freigeschaltet. 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. Pure species or hybrid, this is an outstanding ornamental tropical plant worthy of a place in every aroider’s collection. Peter Rockstroh again shows his considerable horticultural skills in having produced this almost leaf perfect artificially-propagated specimen in his Bogotá home. Aim to keep the temperature around your anthurium clarinervium between 65 and 73 degrees Fahrenheit for faster growth. ‘Voodoo Child’ here). Propagate anthurium by division, cuttings or planting its seeds. My recent experience in California indicates that leaves will rapidly bleach or fall off seed-grown younger individuals at temperatures of 100 F/38 C or higher. This species has leaves in nature to over 4.5’/1.35 m long. Buyers should always make informed, environmentally shound choices when purchasing direct wild source plants. Shown above, two exceptional, mature examples of hybrids that I made in Guatemala between 2005 and 2008 that achieve large sizes. Both species are exceptionally rare in cultivation outside of origin. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. At large size with a full head of foliage, this is a very attractive plant. Healthy plant! 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. ), horticulturally-designated A. metallicum, A. cirinoi, A. grande and many hybrids involving these species. Sie hat 4 Blätter. 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. To thrive in our homes, anthuriums need medium to bright indirect light, although they’ll accept less during their dormant period in winter. Nonetheless, structures that facilitate rapid leaf drying would be an advantage in the permanently wet rainforest and tropical pluvial forest ecosystems these plants inhabit. When provided with the space and environmental conditions needed to reach mature size, this may be one of the most spectacular of all the “giant” velvet leaf anthuriums. Mature Anthurium cf. Cardiolonchium species. Above left, early wild-collected accession of Anthurium regale from Moyobamba, San Martín Region, Perú shown growing almost two decades later in California and right, a new leaf on a three year-old F1 A. regale in Guatemala produced from outcrosses between wild-collected plants available in the early 2000s. Anthurium clarinervium (Medium) quantity. 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. Etymology: In reference to the whitish coloration of the leaf veins. A well-grown plant is always a treasure to own but they do require plenty of space to show its fully mature leaves (>48”/1.25 m) off. Crosses using these plants will not produce A. This is an Anthurium cf. 15. This is what some growers in the U.S. refer to as the “dark form”. Left, a two year-old compot showing seedlings in Guatemala. US Shipping only. With this one, you should do the same as with Ace of Spades, remove the flowers, so that the foliage would receive enough nutrients and be lush and enchanting. Improved availability from commercial sources over the past decade has made this beautiful climbing anthurium an extremely popular display plant for botanical gardens and private collectors with space. However, at least one shown above, Philodendron cf. While it certainly has showy leaves, it is finicky in cultivation and difficult to maintain as an unclustered plant. It has a pinkish spathe, a bright green spadix and a very pleasant, distinctive fragrance of pineapple when in flower. Das fünfte ist auf... Versand möglich. section Xialophyllium (?) The finest of these new hybrids, Anthurium Quechua Queen - shown above right - is nearly unique among ornamental foliage anthuriums in having iridescent turquoise or peacock blue leaf highlights under natural light. Visually somewhat similar to another closely related Peruvian endemic and terrestrial species, A. pulcachense (currently placed in sect. Anthurium Crystallinum vs. Clarinervium The clarinervium is a close relative of crystallinum. This species’ apparent genetic fluidity may prove useful in creating novelty hybrids going forward, but for now results have proven a bit disappointing. Dr. Croat indicates this species is likely related to Anthurium crystallinum. Anthurium villenaorum (ined.) 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. The surrounding humidity will impact on how much water this plant needs. 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. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum) x warocqueanum growing in my collection in California. An old cultivated specimen of true Anthurium besseae, under the expert care of Dylan Hannon at The Huntington Botanical Garden in San Merino, California. While many hybrids lack the visual appeal of their putative parents, there are a number of standouts that are definitely worthy of rare aroid collectors’ attention. An outstanding species in cultivation for those with the space to show it off. Chat with us below if you have any questions. Note the bright red spathe, which appears unique in this species complex but is characteristic of A. sanguineum and related taxa. A particularly nice colony of Anthurium clarinervium cascading down a rocky slope in nature in Chiapas, México. Subsequent documented collections of wild plants appear to be rare, but this species was briefly common from seed-grown material in south Florida during the early 2000s. Select options. More specifically, most hybridizers have sought ease of culture and full appearance required for the mass market, intensely-colored leaves and/or more distinctly-contrasted leaf veins. It can be a bit difficult differentiating between A. clarinervium and A. crystallinum because they look so similar. A. lezamae ?) Toggle navigation. 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. Left, a somewhat bullate leaf form originating from a lowland rainforest ecotype occurring in Pichincha Province, Ecuador and right, a Colombian plant that appears to have originated from an old collection at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida. 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. 14 bids. Interveinal “noise” is commonly observed in juvenile leaves of some Andean country esqueletos. Anthurium clarinervium (Medium) $ 80 $ 69. These convex cells are what give velutinous leaf aroids their “velvety” aspect. After many years of struggling with it under cooler conditions in Guatemala and the SF Bay Area, I found that it needs much more warmth and some micronutritional tweaks to thrive. Anthuriums are strong plants and they are relatively easy to care for. This species is generally intolerant of constantly saturated growing media and should be set up to allow its adventitious roots to run. If you need a heat pack, please order one here. It requires heat and humidity to excel but can succeed as a slow-growing houseplant under suboptimal conditions if not kept too dry. Spadix scent at anthesis is pleasant and reminiscent of some pine oil cleaners. Image: F. Muller. 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. It is being released in the U.S. market in limited numbers by the author beginning in April 2020. The Anthurium Crystallinum requires indirect light and like the soil surface dry between periods of watering.The soil should be free-draining. and A. cf. These include Philodendron (e.g. The most recent plant sold for $52.50 on eBay! A very atypical terrestrial and sometimes subvelvety member of section Pachyneurium from eastern Costa Rica and extreme western Panamá, Anthurium schottianum in nature. metallicum growing in nature in montane cloud forest near 6,500’/2,000 m elevation in central Colombia. Long confused with Anthurium dressleri, A. kunayalense Croat & Vannini is a central Panamanian rainforest endemic that I discovered and co-described in 2010 that - based on petiole, leaf and inflorescence morphology - now appears to be the westernmost outlier of the Colombian A. splendidum-luxurians-debile-giraldoi-nutibarense species complex. These are nine year-old plants shown grown in a greenhouse in Guatemala in 2013. For optimized health, aim to water your clarinervium twice a week in the growth season (March-September), and a maximum of once a week during winter. The foliage is made up of large, heart-shaped, oval large leaves that are a deep green color. Thomas Croat of the Missouri Botanical Garden made a cross between A. papillilaminum and A. dressleri in the late 1980s that may persist as a very rare plant in Australian collections. Ecuadoran herbarium material labeled A. dolichostachyum have green spathes and spadices, are usually terrestrial and lack contrast veins. In spring and summer, you need to water your velvet-leaf beauty twice or thrice a week. $17.00 . First generation seedlings of this species, grown from select founders are gradually becoming available in the U.S. Den Blättern tut ein regelmäßiges Besprühen mit ka Both plants shown are being grown in California. metallicum, can have mature leaf blades from 4-6’/1.20-1.88 m long. Mature individuals of this species can have both velute and pebbled-textured leaves. Both are great plants that require warmth and high humidity to look their best. This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) Note involute vernation on this leaf. 89 € 38126 Braunschweig. Both plants show pink to pale violet colors on the undersides of their leaves. An exceptionally fine example of Anthurium clarinervium shown in nature. ANTHURIUM FAUSTINO'S GIANT. Please note that at this time this species exists in only a handful of collections worldwide; not so the A. clarinervium forms and hybrids that are sold under this name. comm.). Select options. 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”. Die tatsächlichen Versandkosten sind teurer, wir deckten ca. metallicum, can have mature leaf blades from 4-6’/1.20-1.88 m long. 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. This remains an undescribed species from northern Ecuador. These presumed hybrid plants vary in appearance at this particular site, with some favoring the A. papillilaminum parent more than others. Verkaufe Anthurium Crystallinum mit defekten Blatt. 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