Anthurium andreanum x A. clarinervum

lariann(z10 FL)August 10, 2007

If you've ever wondered what kind of offspring would result from a cross between an Anthurium andreanum and A. clarinervum (velvety with silver veins), see my link below. This plant had to grow to the size illustrated before I could be sure what the parents were, because the seedling trays were overturned in Hurricane Wilma and all labels and plants got mixed up.

LariAnn

Aroidia Research

Here is a link that might be useful: Anthurium andreanum x A. clarinervum

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