Grower, Dylan Hannon. By ticking this box you agree to an account being created using the given email address and to receive waitlist communications by email . It will be interesting to see how it grows. Anthurium Radicans x Luxurians. 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. 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. Both plants apparently originate from north central Colombia, probably in foothill and intermediate elevation forests in the provinces of Santander and Cundinamarca. Casual examination of images reveals almost all are misidentified. Stan / wielkość rośliny roślina dorosła (17) sadzonka cięta (2) sadzonka ukorzeniona (36) Anthurium. MwSt. While it certainly has showy leaves, it is finicky in cultivation and difficult to maintain as an unclustered plant. FREE shipping, Sale Price €16.00 These presumed hybrid plants vary in appearance at this particular site, with some favoring the A. papillilaminum parent more than others. Author’s image. 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. It was successfully crossed with A. warocqueanum in Australia by Chris Hall and Arden Dearden some years back, with the resultant progeny blending both parents’ leaf characters quite evenly. This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) Fortunately, the captive genetics shown here survive in Guatemala and California. Their hybrids, including F1s and complex-types, will usually show some mix of the two when their petioles are examined closely. Anthurium ‘Crystal Hope’ appears to be a small sport or, more probably, a hybrid with vividly-marked leaves that was propagated on in PTC. is a beautiful, larger species with leaves up to 3 feet long if grown in optimal conditions. Winning Bid: $ 378.99. This is what some growers in the U.S. refer to as the “dark form”. Filter. Under perfect growing conditions - i.e. 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. 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. Left, a two year-old compot showing seedlings in Guatemala. 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. 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. Anthurium crystallinum – is a terrestrial, lithophytic or epiphytic species with bold contrast veins, lightly marked terete petioles and yellow spadices. Anthurium papillilaminum - originally collected by Dr. Robert Dressler in the late 1960s on the Caribbean coast of Panamá in lowland rainforest adjacent to the Canal. 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. I found it in nature in 2000 as an apparently rare understory epiphyte growing adpressed to tree trunks about 25 miles/40 km airline southwest of Iquitos from where Charles MacDaniel, Jack Williford and others collected it in the 1980s near the Explorama Lodge. Note the outwardly turned basal leaf lobes on both individuals. A beautiful portrait of a very dark clone of Anthurium sp. Anthurium Regale Medium. 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. Three petiole profiles on new mature leaves of a trio of currently undescribed species that are closely related to Anthurium magnificum. Background leaves are of Philodendron lynnhannoniae. While all three are winged to varying degrees, “Norte” exhibits conspicuous, often frilled wings that extend to their peduncles when flowering. A particularly nice colony of Anthurium clarinervium cascading down a rocky slope in nature in Chiapas, México. aff. Image: F. Muller. A group of my three year-old F1 Anthurium warocqueanum growing on a greenhouse bench in Guatemala. 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. Read more. Like others in this particular species complex the receptive spadices emit a strong, menthol-like scent. Mar 30, 2018 - NSE Tropicals - The collector's plant source - Rare anthuriums, philodendrons, and other unusual plants Note the bright red spathe, which appears unique in this species complex but is characteristic of A. sanguineum and related taxa. This is something no-one else that I know, including me, has achieved over the long term. Anthurium queremalense (ined.) Dark Mama, but be aware many A. papillilaminum circulating in cultivation are bench hybrids, not the true species. Dark Mama and will lack uniformity of appearance. Please. I have yet to produce a hybrid of any of the velvet leaf species crossed with a matte or glossy-leaf species and not lose the velvety aspect to the leaves to some degree, although in recent crosses using this formula an iridescent leaf aspect has surfaced in some. Older hybrids that are routinely sold as A. crystallinum include: x forgetii, x magnificum, x regale and x dressleri, as well as mongrel backcrosses to these primary hybrids. Further DNA analysis by Colombian aroid specialists and molecular taxonomists may prove helpful in sorting out the relationship between populations at the elevational extremes. Primary veins on the exceptionally velutinous Colombian terrestrial aroid, Philodendron luxurians (ined.). Young, artificially propagated F1 Anthurium dressleri of the Río Guanche ecotype, very dark leaf form. This species has only recently been introduced to cultivation in the U.S. and was subsequently published in late 2020 (Croat & O.Ortiz). Complete tree. and some broaf leaf A. marmoratum relatives. These convex cells are what give velutinous leaf aroids their “velvety” aspect. Below right, a mature leaf of an immense specimen superbly grown by Dylan Hannon at the Huntington Botanical Garden in southern California. By ticking this box you agree to an account being created using the given email address and to receive waitlist communications by email . 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. Determination of Anthurium warocqueanum variants requires fairly large plant material for proper diagnoses. This extremely handsome ecotype, reputedly (?) If you offer a specimen the conditions it prefers A. regale will reward you with incredible growth and eventually attain leaves that may exceed 3 feet (90cm), sometimes larger! Although described by Jean Linden in 1860, it remains a bit of an enigma. 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. This commonly leads to confused identifications, even by very experienced botanists and amateur naturalists. These are nine year-old plants shown grown in a greenhouse in Guatemala in 2013. Two readily differentiated forms of Anthurium warocqueanum as young F1s, shown above in 6”/15 cm pots and grown in Guatemala. or A. portilloense ined.) Time left 4d 10h left. 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. This species requires a fair amount of shade, high relative humidity and an upright support to hold a full complement of well-developed leaves (six to nine). 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. Original Price €20.00" 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. Anthurium Magnificum Dark Form. Image: F. Muller. Section Porphyrochitonium (alt. Private sources for plants: Australia, Equatorial Exotics in Redlynch, Queensland and Exotica Esoterica LLC (email@example.com) in San Francisco, California carry both unusual species and their own specialty hybrids. – a low elevation, apparently epiphytic, localized central Peruvian endemic from the San Martin Region. Author’s photo. 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. This is what most undiluted examples look like. 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. 1 199 kr Anthurium Draconopertum. 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. 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. Mature individuals of this species can have both velute and pebbled-textured leaves. besseae aff.” by Ecuadoran nurseries. A young, near flowering sized wild source Anthurium warocqueanum gifted to the author as a leafless, crippled stem at the beginning of 2019; shown here in fine fettle in late April 2020. Comments made recently by a correspondent who researches the origins of color in iridescent leaf tropical plants tentatively ascribes this showy visual effect to “micro-micro” papillate epidermal cells and a very thin cuticle layer. Sale Price €17.61 Buy It Now +$50.00 shipping. 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