Anthurium vittariifollium variegata

Anthurium vittariifollium variegata


The very sought-after and extremely rare Anthurium vittariifollium variegata is a variegated from of Anthurium vittariifolium.

Anthurium vittariifolium is native to Columbia. It grows deep in the humid rainforests, on the thin layer of forest soil or in cavities between branches of trees.  It is an epiphyte with short stem and have long, strappy leaves that can grow to an impressive 2.4 meters long, 7 - 10 cm wide and are clustered at or near the apex of the stem. It blooms with small pinkish spathe and spadix. The berries are a bright violet or pink.  When grown indoors the plant will take about as much light as you can provide them with - but not direct sunlight. Place plant in an area with good, bright, diffused light.