Anthurium 'Sang Saktimuna '
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Ahmad Fitri Shamsudin
Safuan Mohamad Sharif
Base Species or Cultivar:
It is from the seed propagation, created in 2021 by Ahmad Fitri Shamsudin at Perak, Malaysia.
It came from the legendary mythical serpent-dragon name 'Sang Saktimuna' existed in the period of ancient malay kingdom that has been mentioned in Malay Annals (Salatus Salatin/Sejarah Melayu). The meaning of the word 'Sang' is an honorific or title; honorific prefix while 'Saktimuna' is came from two words; Sakti and Muna. The word 'Sakti' means sacred, supernatural or magical and 'Muna' is believed came from the word 'Mon'; the tribes of the ancestors old malay kingdom of Langkasuka.
An epiphytic perennial, similar to it's parentage plants.
Wide cordate shape, velvet green texture with greenish white venation.
Bloom and Fruit:
Yellow green spadix and maroon red fruits when ripped.
This hybrid have an unique characteristics; the shape of the leaf resembles the head of a serpent/dragon with velvet green texture and greenish white venation. It has two lobes attached to each other with semi sinus. The spadix is light yellow greenish color and will turn to reddish when age.