Product information "Anthurium wendlingeri"
|Name:||Anthurium wendlingeri, G.M.Barroso 1965|
wendlingeri = K. Wendlinger, found the type plant in Costa Rica in 1963
|Origin:||Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia|
epiphytic, along both coasts, also inland, at altitudes around 1400m in warm humid tropical and rain forest.
Anthurium wendlingeri is a very attractive species, the leaves are long, drooping with leathery pattern. The spiral spadix is particularly striking and unusual. The middle leaf vein, which normally gives shape and stability to the leaf on the underside, is on the upper side of the leaf in this species.