Anthurium forgetii 'White Stripes'

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Product information "Anthurium forgetii 'White Stripes'"
Name: Anthurium forgetii 'White Stripes', N. E. Brown 1906
Synonyms:

 unknown

Etymology:

forgeti = Louis Forget, one of the most successful orchid collectors along with MIcholitz for SANDER & Co.

Propagation: divisions
Origin: Columbia
Habitat:

terrestrial in warm humid rainforest around 1100m. No exact data available.

Notes:

Although Louis Forget primarily sought and collected orchids, he was nevertheless interested in other attractive foliage plants, and managed to send them to England in viable condition. Anthurium forgetii was such an attractive foliage plant that Nicholas Edward Brown (* July 11, 1849 in Redhill, Surrey; † November 25, 1934 in Kew, London), whose specialty was actually succulent plants, described it in 1905 and named it in honor of the discoverer.
Anthurium forgetii differs from the other multicolored anthuriums by the closed, round shape of the leaves.

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