Original Price €22.01" 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. These are nine year-old plants shown grown in a greenhouse in Guatemala in 2013. Besides the amazing color and strong leaf quilting, it is also noteworthy for maintaining the velvety texture and contrast veins of the A. marmoratum parent since these characters are often lost in cross sectional hybrids. Drawn by Pieter de Pannemaeker from life in 1873. This commonly leads to confused identifications, even by very experienced botanists and amateur naturalists. 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. Other than its very handsome leaf color, its principal claim to notoriety is its great size. An outstanding species in cultivation for those with the space to show it off. It has a pinkish spathe, a bright green spadix and a very pleasant, distinctive fragrance of pineapple when in flower. Note that both plants are holding a full complement of leaves. ‘Voodoo Child’™, elsewhere in this article. Epidermal cells that are micro-papillose, markedly convex or conical facilitate the capture of constantly shifting, diffuse light prevalent in forest understories. 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. unfolding a new leaf in California. Only two seedlings survived from this cross and they seem extremely fragile after just over two years in cultivation. It was widely used in hybridizing following its discovery in the 1970s, where A. dressleri usually contributes its very dark-colored and distinctive velvety leaves. Anthurium Vittarifolium. 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. Shown above, two exceptional, mature examples of hybrids that I made in Guatemala between 2005 and 2008 that achieve large sizes. Section Andiphilum has a few velvet-leaf species from southeastern México and Guatemala including Anthurium clarinervium, A. leuconeurum and a possibly a few natural hybrids (incl. The velvety leaves are stiff and cardboard-like. 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. 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. crystallinum with exceptional form and color. Collectors should be aware that, once past seedling stage, this species is very prone to defoliating when maintained under suboptimal environmental conditions. This species has only recently been introduced to cultivation in the U.S. and was subsequently published in late 2020 (Croat & O.Ortiz). Now, both clones being grown here (‘Voodoo Child’™ and ‘Red Velvet’™) are showing much larger, darker and more rounded leaves. Potted in … Anthurium warocqueanum is probably one of the most sought after, must have species! Cardiolonchium species. Anthurium - 2.5" Pot - beautiful flowers! Ghiesbreght apparently did not prepare type material from his field collections of this species, so almost all documented specimens are herbarium sheets prepared from cultivated plants housed in European collections and date from the late 19th century. 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. 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. Filter. Huallaga valley, Perú and right, a new leaf of the hemiepiphytic A. triciafrankiae. The resulting hybrids (A. Río Napo Ripples) have very attractive satiny, undulate-textured leaves, although lack the pollen parent’s violet colors unless grown very shady. Stan / wielkość rośliny roślina dorosła (17) sadzonka cięta (2) sadzonka ukorzeniona (36) Anthurium. 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. It is the best member of this group for novice growers, being both small and handsome. Watch; 5 Seeds for Anthurium Crystallinum, Velvet Leaf Anthurium, Collectors Plant. Yes! Mature leaf on the Ecuadoran lowlander, Anthurium portillae (ined.) Casual examination of images reveals almost all are misidentified. Author’s image. in nature, lowland rainforest Amazonian Perú. This is a conspicuous feature in this species that is shared to a much lesser degree in some of the fully mature A. aff. Price. A number of these types of crosses are showing great promise in youth and are very vigorous. Anthurium Regale Medium. It has been successfully hybridized with several other section Cardiolonchium as well as with A. rugulosum, a section Polyneurium, in Hawaii, reputedly by either the late Karel Havlicek or David Fell. 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. Anthurium. 8”-$50 : Anthurium sp: Prominent lime green midrib, marked venation, large leaves. 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. 1 bid +$13.99 … Some of these, such as A. crystallinum, luxurians x papillilaminum, luxurians x dressleri (as well as the reverse cross), dressleri x crystallinum, papillilaminum x warocqueanum (and reverse), A. warocqueanum x dressleri, A magnificum x papillilaminum, A. regale x dressleri, A. radicans x dressleri and A. radicans x “crystallinum”. 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. 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). nov. aff. Recent reports (with photos) of new esqueletos from northern and central Perú show that more suprises await ornamental horticulture. Left, a large seedling in California and right Chris Hall with a beautifully-grown example in Queensland, Australia. The acclaimed “Queen Anthurium”, discovered by Gustav Wallis in the late 19th century in Antioquia Department and described by Thomas Moore from unnumbered Wallis collections in 1878. It is not at all clear to me that plants traded commercially under this name in the U.S. correspond to the Croat description (2010) based on his no. To say that Peter is a talented horticulturist is a major understatement. Learn more. Even though its warm, humid and I have very good light, I have noted that my plants seem to want to go dormant. philodendron gloriosum. See its sibling, A. 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. An inflorescence at anthesis of a cultivated Anthurium metallicum from Cundinamarca Department, Colombia as redescribed by Jácome & Croat (2005). Outcrosses to other sections such as Semaeophyllium will also yield offspring that lack contrast-colored leaf veins. Young plants will excel as subjects in large, warm, misted terraria for several years. 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. Ecuadoran herbarium material labeled A. dolichostachyum have green spathes and spadices, are usually terrestrial and lack contrast veins. Relatively few are in cultivation, where some are labeled as A. rubrinervium (= A. sagittatum). 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. 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. 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. – a giant terrestrial species, apparently restricted to middle elevation cloud forest in the vicinity of the old Cali-Buenaventura road in Valle del Cauca Department in western Colombia. It is also a very popular pot plant in its native countries of México and Guatemala. So late last year I put pollen from my wide green warocqueanum onto my narrowest black warocqueanum and got seeds! 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. Immature leaf of wild-origin Colombian Anthurium crystallinum in cultivation in California. $50.00 shipping. 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. A particularly nice colony of Anthurium clarinervium cascading down a rocky slope in nature in Chiapas, México. 6-8″ tall Anthurium warocqueanum – dark form x green seedling $ 375.00. 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. Some of the more attractive species are also popular as garden or houseplants in Latin America and regularly collected from nature in southeastern México, Colombia and Ecuador. Shown above, two select clones of the author’s very limited summer 2020 release, Anthurium Carib Queen™, a unique A. dressleri primary hybrid. There are several sections (a taxonomic category in botany just below a subgenus) with species possessing velvet or matte-subvelvety leaves. A very atypical terrestrial and sometimes subvelvety member of section Pachyneurium from eastern Costa Rica and extreme western Panamá, Anthurium schottianum in nature. collected in the Darién Province of Panamá in the 1990s and previously misidentified as an A. crystallinum at a U.S. botanical garden. Anthurium warocqueanum – dark form x green seedling. While many of these velvet leaf tropical aroids have been in cultivation since the late 19th century, surprisingly few of them have been observed in nature by other than botanists or ornamental plant collectors. Easy in cultivation but requires warm days, cool nights, high humidity and plenty of space to look its best. 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” (?) Apparently restricted to Colón Province, growing as a very localized terrestrial on very steep slopes and broken ground near sea level where it can sometimes occur close to the similar-looking A. dressleri. A mature leaf on an interesting, undescribed terrestrial Anthurium sp. New leaf on a young, seed-grown Anthurium carlablackiae. More examples of a very promising hybrid between Anthurium regale and A. dressleri that I made in late 2008. Nonetheless, structures that facilitate rapid leaf drying would be an advantage in the permanently wet rainforest and tropical pluvial forest ecosystems these plants inhabit. It hybridizes promiscuously on both bench and in nature and in my experience its genetics usually dominate in crosses. Anthuriums with velutinous leaf surfaces occur in wet forests throughout the genus’ range from southeastern México to southern Bolivia. The so-called ‘Selby Clone’ is the same plant under a different label. 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. There was a problem subscribing you to this newsletter. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. Please note that the defining leaf characteristics of these very desirable forms, while fixed into maturity, do not become completely apparent until the leaves are about 16-18”/40-45 cm long. is a beautiful, larger species with leaves up to 3 feet long if grown in optimal conditions. Anthurium; A-E; F-J; K-N; O-S; T-Z OK Filter By. Both A. crystallinum and A. forgetii often have vivid red emergent new growth. One of Jean Linden’s plates showing true Anthurium crystallinum in L’Illustration Horticole. 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. Image: F. Muller. Primary veins on the exceptionally velutinous Colombian terrestrial aroid, Philodendron luxurians (ined.). Image: F. Muller. 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. One close relative of Anthurium magnificum (A. rioclaroense ined.) metallicum growing in nature in montane cloud forest near 6,500’/2,000 m elevation in central Colombia. For security purposes and to provide you a better experience, Etsy will stop supporting Internet Explorer in the near future. He grows everything that interests him - ferns, orchids, aroids, nepenthes and especially tropical aquatic plants - to the highest standards possible. P. verrucosum, P. gigas, P. luxurians), Alocasia (e.g. 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. Leaves can exceed 4’/1.20 m in length. Larger plants must be fogged or mossed on totems to hold high leaf numbers. Above left, a large wild-collected plant that originated from a de-accession obtained from the Marie Selby BG in 2000. Author’s collection. believed to involve thes species. This very vigorous and handsome plant is grown in a large, vented pot with its stem mossed on a tree fern totem. ‘Voodoo Child’ here). This handsome Brazilian birds-nest variety features subtly patterned, dark green, paddle-shaped leaves that rise in a circle on medium-sized petioles. FREE shipping, from €8.59 The true giants in this group, including a number in the A. marmoratum species complex, such as A. queremalense ined. Not in stock. 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. Even collectors who lack an affinity for Anthuriums have a hard time passing this one up. 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. 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. A new leaf on its way and very soon will develop. Young mature example of Anthurium villenaorum growing in California. An outstanding example of an esqueleto in the Huntington Botanical Garden’s research greenhouse. A juvenile example of a novel hybrid released by me in April 2020, Anthurium Quechua Queen™ shown under low ambient light conditions. Recent additions of greatly improved wild genetics to U.S. anthurium foliage-type breeding programs should greatly improve the look and vigor of propagated A. papillilaminum and their primary hybrids. 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. Find out more in our Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy. Dark form. Search results for "anthurium magnificum" anthurium magnificum. 6”- 20 8"-$35 : Anthurium sp: Large green, round, velvet leafed, beautiful anthurium. An early-issue young Anthurium cf. Valle del Cauca Province, Colombia. Longest leaf shown ~12”/30 cm. 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. 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. We've sent you an email to confirm your subscription. With it's coriaceous (leathery) leaves, Anthurium regale can grow stunningly large. The Lyon Botanical Garden (France) and Bonn Botanical Garden (Germany) also maintain an impressive diversity of these plants. uniformly warm, humid, very shady, RO water irrigated, properly fed and grown in a well-drained, acid substrate - some exceptional examples of this species produce some of the “blackest” leaves of any Neotropical aroid. Grown and photographed in Bogotá, Colombia by Peter Rockstroh. $9.99. 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). anthurium magnificum petiole. Not in stock. Wunderschöne Anthurium Regale mit einem neuen Blatt! Anthurium villenaorum (sp. Unfortunately, most A. dressleri do not have this spectacular near black velvet leaf color, which seems a recessive trait. Only four of these hybrids show any evidence of white contrast veining, which appears to be a recessive trait unless A. magnificum is used. Note the bright red spathe, which appears unique in this species complex but is characteristic of A. sanguineum and related taxa. 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. Pure species or hybrid, this is an outstanding ornamental tropical plant worthy of a place in every aroider’s collection. Occasionally, some clones throw a few “golden” new leaves as sports in response to who-knows-what random genetic fluke before reverting to normal color. 6. marites1983. Some modern hybrids have recently been outcrossed into F2, such as Anthurium (subsignatum x crystallinum) x papillilaminum (Vannini), A. magnificum” - see below) emerging in California and, right a leaf on a fine example of a wild origin A. magnificum obtained from a Colombian rare plant grower in Guatemala that I gifted to Fred Muller in 2013. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum). Size of half palm. Its relationship with what was formerly known as A. angamarcanum (currently synonomized with A. dolichostachyum) is a source of much confusion for aroid collectors. Not in stock. Classic veining and sinus on this stunning specimen, slight cosmetic damage. Two very good clones from my 2003 remake of John Banta’s Anthurium warocqueanum hybrid, christened “Dark Moma” by him. 1 day ago. It will be cool to see what he grows into. 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. Please update to the latest version of Firefox. Many species commonly occur over 3,250’/1,000 m and a few appear to require cool nights to thrive over the long term. Anthurium ( Flamingo Lily ) S$6. Complete tree. Anthurium queremalense (ined.) 6”-$20 : Anthurium spp. The overall dynamics between these cells and the enivironment is probably a bit more complex than originally believed. 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. This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) is also known to hybridize in nature across sections to at least a pair of unknown species in at least one location in west-central Colombia. Liczba produktów znalezionych w kategorii: 12. Image: R. Parsons. This species may be one of the most beautiful of the northern Mesoamerican members of the genus. Winning Bid: $ 378.99. “Purple Velvet” and A. schottianum. I was a bit unconvinced about the allure of this species when I saw the first imports, but once I cultivated a couple I have to admit that it has grown on me. Anthurium Regale X Magnificum plants free pyto dhl expres. Dark Mama and will lack uniformity of appearance. magnificum “Norte” plants in cultivation. These presumed hybrid plants vary in appearance at this particular site, with some favoring the A. papillilaminum parent more than others. Left to right, A. sp. Despite efforts to mimic native conditions, cultivated plants never achieve this degree of violet saturation on their abaxials. As is the case for A. queremalense, the short peduncle and pale spadix differentiate it from A. marmoratum and its close relatives. Grower, Dylan Hannon. Their hybrids, including F1s and complex-types, will usually show some mix of the two when their petioles are examined closely. Imported plants, if grown from weathered, old stem cuttings, may be of recent wild-collected origin. For as magnificent as these are in photographs, there is nothing quite like seeing one in person for the first … A noteworthy undescribed Anthurium species sometimes confused with A. crystallinum and also incorrectly marketed as “A. Very beautiful Anthurium Regale with a new leaf! ), A. forgetii, A. warocqueanum, A. waterburyanum (ined. Crosses using these plants will not produce A. Some hybrid plants of uncertain origin have recently shown up for sale on the internet purporting to be Anthurium papillilaminum. 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. “Purple Velvet” x marmoratum, is one of the finest large foliage anthurium hybrids available. 15 bids. Two excellent ecotypes of Anthurium marmoratum growing in my California collection. Many pure A. villenaorum seedlings that I have produced also show this low contrast reticulated pattern to some degree, but only when small. By ticking this box you agree to an account being created using the given email address and to receive waitlist communications by email . Anthurium warocqueanum growing as an epiphyte in nature, foothill rainforest in western Colombia. 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. Velvet-leaf anthuriums with contrast-colored leaf veins (esqueletos - see below) have been justifiably popular in ornamental horticulture since the late 19th century. Anthurium regale hybrid. 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. Related taxa versicolor ) by ticking this box you agree to an being. 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