Anthurium Ecuadorensis, as its name says, he grows on trees and on the ground of the thick Ecuadorian rainforests.
This stunning epiphytic aroid is a species threatened by habitat destruction. It’s currently classified as “vulnerable” species due to its loss of habitat.
He grows in subtropical or tropical moist montane forests along the Andes, and it is found at an elevational range between 1,500 and 3,000 m.
He starts as a blushing leaf, then slowly darkens as it unfolds.
In order for him to thrive, he needs high humidity, aerated soil, and air circulation.