anthurium regale dark form

This is one of the A. marmoratum species complex that has leaves that may approach ~5’/1.55 m in length. 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. The fruit color and shotgun pellet seeds of both species appear unique for the genus and suggest they may warrant their own section. Anthurium crystallinum – is a terrestrial, lithophytic or epiphytic species with bold contrast veins, lightly marked terete petioles and yellow spadices. Anthurium villenaorum (sp. $50.00 shipping. Other common names for this tropical houseplant include ‘Queen Anthurium’ and ‘White-Veined Anthurium’. Even plants grown in very deep shade lose their velvety appearance as leaves mature, so it is apparently leaf size - not age – that triggers the epidermal changes. Both A. crystallinum and A. forgetii often have vivid red emergent new growth. I have 4 specimens of Anthurium regale. The petiole is hexagonal. or Best Offer. 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. Anthurium regale hybrid. 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. While my experience with the Dewey Fisk clone of this plant in my collection in Guatemala left me quite disappointed with its continuous spiral growth and lateral offsetting, both Dylan Hannon and Enid Offolter of NSE Tropicals have a better accession that clearly can be “trained” to be presentable. A new leaf on its way and very soon will develop. Large growing erect plant. 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. I sent a number of siblings of these plants to NSE Tropicals in 2006 and was fortunate to obtain a small offset back from them that I now propagate in California. Es wächst in große Dimension trotz dieser könnte noch jung sein. Anthurium Regale (s) I have arranged a very beautiful form for you. A group of four year-old first generation seed-grown Anthurium dressleri, bred by me from Río Guanche, Colón Province, Panamá material and grown by Peter Rockstroh in his greenhouse in Guatemala. There is some variation among populations, but the species should have nearly orbicular leaves to 20”/50 cm in length, extremely long, terete petioles that greatly exceed foliage height and leaves should be conspicuously peltate throughout. In this case, the conversion is not the product of higher light intensity. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum, is one of the finest large foliage anthurium hybrids available. Left, the satin-leafed Anthurium rioclaroense (ined.) Leaves may be similar to those of some A. papillilaminum forms but it is easily distinguished by its distinctly winged versus subterete petioles, short versus long peduncle, white or whitish spathe and bright yellow spadix versus a combination of green and violet spathe and green spadix colors in A. papillilaminum. The best U.S. collections housing a variety of velvet-leaf anthuriums are the Huntington, Missouri and Atlanta Botanical Gardens. 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. 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. Collectors interested in any of my rare proprietary hybrids shown on this page should be aware that I have not sold any to known “plant flippers” in the U.S., nor to anyone in Asia nor the EU. queen anthurium. aff. Collectors who have observed the plant in Peru report specimens with leaves approaching 6 feet (2 meters). 1 bid +$13.99 … A. sp. $8.45 shipping. I have a pair of flowering-sized plants as well as a few adolescents and a fair number of in-house F1 seedlings lurking in the shadows of the benches in my personal collection. be an A. papillilaminum. 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 … This commonly leads to confused identifications, even by very experienced botanists and amateur naturalists. Thread in the Philodendrons, Elephant Ears, and Other Aroids forum forum by emmapb: I'd love to see other people's Anthurium collections! Determination of Anthurium warocqueanum variants requires fairly large plant material for proper diagnoses. sulphur and iron) until all the tweaks work out and desired appearance is achieved. 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 juvenile example of a novel hybrid released by me in April 2020, Anthurium Quechua Queen™ shown under low ambient light conditions. dieffenbachiae) as well as less aggressive bacterial infections when grown under sub-optimal conditions. Dark violet or blackish leaf colors require, constant warmth, shady growing conditions and careful attention to nutrition to express themselves to their fullest. (faustomirandae x clarinervium) x ‘Ace of Spades’ (Rotolante). Time left 4d 10h left. It has a pinkish spathe, a bright green spadix and a very pleasant, distinctive fragrance of pineapple when in flower. Mar 30, 2018 - NSE Tropicals - The collector's plant source - Rare anthuriums, philodendrons, and other unusual plants Both Anthurium willifordii and A. reflexinervium are considered to be rare and threatened species in nature with limited known distributions. A. carlablackiae, A. portillae, A. sizemoreae and A. archilae), together with many of the newest Australian and California hybrids. Image: F. Muller. FREE shipping, Sale Price €16.00 Mature individuals of this species can have both velute and pebbled-textured leaves. Dark Mama, but be aware many A. papillilaminum circulating in cultivation are bench hybrids, not the true species. It requires heat and humidity to excel but can succeed as a slow-growing houseplant under suboptimal conditions if not kept too dry. The Anthurium clarinervium—also called the velvet cardboard anthurium—is a stunning tropical plant that thrives indoors. 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. 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. Warmth, proximity to mist nozzles and/or a water feature nearby are a plus, although plants originating from the upper end of its elevational range (~5,900’/1,800 masl to 7,000’/2,200 masl) may require cool nights to thrive. 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. 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. First photo shows it in comparison to one of my other lighter color forms. Slow-growing and oftentimes fussy in captivity, but well worth every effort to keep it happy. 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. They may be differentiated by the triangular, hastate leaf form, spreading basal lobes, a very elongate inflorescence, white, light green and pale violet tinged fruits as well as the matte-subvelvety upper leaf surfaces of A. portillae. Its relationship with what was formerly known as A. angamarcanum (currently synonomized with A. dolichostachyum) is a source of much confusion for aroid collectors. There are several of these very attractive velvety or subvelvety leaf terrestrial anthuriums from the eastern side of the Peruvian Andes. Section Pachyneurium has two notable species in cultivation that have subvelvety-velvety upper leaf surfaces. New leaf on a young, seed-grown Anthurium carlablackiae. $75.00. This species is highly variable and I have had plants with beautiful silver veining and some with almost no visible silver at all. Cardiolonchium species. Many of these are suitable for ornamental horticulture as house, conservatory or garden plants in suitable climates. 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. Image: F. Muller. Crosses using these plants will not produce A. x sp. Note that both plants are holding a full complement of leaves. 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. This species is often found with its leaves partially or completely skeletonized by caterpillars or leaf cutting ants (Atta species) at some sites. These are nine year-old plants shown grown in a greenhouse in Guatemala in 2013. Anthurium ( Flamingo Lily ) S$6. 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. Some specimens reported from near the Continental Divide in Panamá and the Comarca de Guna Yala (= San Blas) represent another species, A. kunayalense, or natural hybrids between the two. Not in stock. Versandkosten Ausverkauft Die Anthurium warocqueanum, auch als Queen Anthurium bekannt, ist eine ursprünglich in Kolumbien beheimatete Pflanze mit wunderschönen länglichen, samtigen Blättern. Out of Stock. Learn more. Anthurium warocqueanum growing as an epiphyte in nature, foothill rainforest in western Colombia. 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. metallicum growing potted in pure tree fern fiber in the author’s collection in Guatemala. As more material is collected by botanists and comes into cultivation, it has become evident that Anthurium regale is quite variable across its range and may include more than one taxon. All of these species can develop very robust stems. Shown above, two exceptional, mature examples of hybrids that I made in Guatemala between 2005 and 2008 that achieve large sizes. ), growing on an embankment at low elevation, Chocó Province, Colombia. Anthurium Regale X Magnificum plants free pyto dhl expres. Author’s image. Cena od 100 zł do 249 zł (2) od 250 zł do 500 zł (38) powyżej 500 zł (15) Stan / wielkość rośliny. This species has leaves in nature to over 4.5’/1.35 m long. 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. Under perfect growing conditions - i.e. Author’s collection in California. magnificum “Norte” plants in cultivation. 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. Article by Grasscgrass. 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. Grower, Dylan Hannon. 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