Anthurium Magnificum, with his beautiful velvety green leaves, heavily veined. This giant leaf and Anthurium grows off a central, heavily rooted stem that supports the massive over 120 cm foliage.
The Columbian native plant is an evergreen, epiphytic perennial, described in 1865 by Jean Jules Linden.
The Black Magnificum is magnificent enough to decorate any corner of your home or garden.
A moss-wrapped totem is strongly recommended to help support this beautiful exotic to reach its full potential.
Anthurium Magnificum is a tropical plant very easy to care for that requires little care indoors. They thrive in moist soils with high organic matter and grow best when provided with filtered sunlight, at temperatures between 13°- 27°C and lower light conditions than other house plants.
Just like other Anthuriums and the cousin Philodendrons, the magnificums have high levels of calcium oxalate crystals in them, making them toxic for you and your pets.
The plant is 70 cm tall, the new leaf it's not hardened yet, and she's living in a 15 cm nursery pot.