Anthurium 'Split Diamond'

Accepted:

No

Established:

No

Nomenclatural Notes:

Published in:

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Released Year:

Unknown

Propagated:

Yes

Cultivar Type:

Hybrid

Originator:

Eli Dreyer

Namer:

Eli Dreyer

Seed Parent:

Clarinervium

Pollen Parent:

Withheld

Base Species or Cultivar:

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Cultivar Origin:

Seed-grown Anthurium Clarinervium hybrid was selected out of the seed batch for its unique characteristics by Eli Dreyer - Phylla.

Name Origin:

The name Split Diamond refers to the diamond leaf shape with tight, precise white veining.

Growth Habit:

Leaf Blade:

Cordate leaves with a red sinus. The emerging leaf color is red-brown and hardens to dark green color. The leaf front has a web of tight, contrasting white veins. The leaf verso is off-white with a light shimmer.

Bloom and Fruit:

Light brown spadix, brown spadix with light red stripes, and light brown peduncle. Large orange fruits.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

A combination of the diamond-shaped leaves, tight and defined white veining, and orange-red sinus. Red-brown emerging leaf color that hardens into a dark green color.

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