Anthurium 'Emerald Falls'
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Base Species or Cultivar:
Grown from seeds produced by myself in Far North Queensland Australia.
The name refers to the habit of the plant to produce masses of leaves that have a cascading effect. The colour of the leaves is a deep emerald shade.
Tendancy to clump and readily produces pups. The plant produces a multitude of leaves which give it a pleasing cascade effect.
Leaves rarely longer than 30cm or wider than 15cm. Tends to produce multiples of leaves over larger leaves. New leaves appear greenish yellow, darkening to an emerald green and eventually a dark blue green. Multiple leaf shades combined with the cascading effect and bountiful leaf production. D shaped petiole.
Bloom and Fruit:
Flowers produced on stems approx 40cm in length with a D shaped petiole. Spath and spadix are insignificant and olive green in colour. When pollinated successfully the flower produces purple berries that contain 1 - 2 seeds. Particularly favourable to Anthurium waroqueanum pollen.
Multiple leaf shades combined with the cascading effect and bountiful leaf production. Tendance to pup and readily produces a small to medium clump. Individual leaves are rarely larger than 30cm in length.