The most striking feature of Anthurium Warocqueanum is the foliage.
The queen anthurium has long narrow velvet leaves. Each leaf is dark green and velvety, but are thick and leathery to the touch, and can be brittle and easily damaged. The veins on the leaves are clearly marked - silver to white in color.
Even collectors who lack an affinity for Anthuriums have a hard time passing this one up.
Basic care for anthuriums includes avoiding too much direct sun, most types preferring bright indirect light.
The potting mix should drain well. Anthuriums will perform better with increased humidity and warm temperatures.
When mature this plant can have leaves nearly 25 cm wide and almost 1 m long!
She prefers a bright spot with no direct sunlight. In short, it makes a great house plant!
A new leaf is growing, and the plant will be shipped in a 12 cm nursery pot.