Anthurium vittarifolium | belt leaf anthurium
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The definitive strap or belt -leaf Anthurium vittarifolium, is native to Columbia. In the wild, it grows deep in the humid rainforests, on the thin layer of forest soil or in cavities between branches of trees, with long aerial roots and the round, compact core, more leaves are collected in the cavities from which the Anthurium again benefits.
This plant grows pendant, with leaves that can easily reach over a metre long (in their native habitat) and yet barely 5cm in width. The combination of the special red inflorescence and the beautiful pink berries that almost look like gum balls make Anthurium vittarifolium a very unique plant.
Each plant measures approx 20cm in width and 15cm in height from soil level.
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The Anthurium vittarifolium was a lot smaller than I had expected. I thought it would be much more bigger for the price I was paying. I've bought an Anthurium vittarifolium elsewhere for much cheaper and it was much larger than this one. I only assumed I would get at least the same size if not bigger for the price I was paying, so that was a little disappointing. Otherwise, the delivery process was quick, the plant was in good condition and the other plant that was also purchased was fine.
A very beautiful plant! Exactly like the pictures! Very healthy and arrived safely! The packaging was nothing less than perfect! Highly recommend 😊
The plants are great and I love them! But the packing of them made it a bit difficulty carefully unwrap them!
Extremely happy with my recent order, lovely healthy plants of a good size. I will definitely be ordering again!
Perfectly packaged and beautiful plant. Great communication with seller. Thanks.
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