Anthurium vittariifolium (seedling)
Anthurium plants are different from Philodendron plants because Anthurium have flowers that have both male and female parts. When the flowers bloom, they look like a small pinkish flower surrounded by a leafy spike. Insects usually help to pollinate the flowers, which then produce berries with seeds inside.
If you want to take care of Anthurium vittariifolium, you should use a mixture of soil, peat, orchid bark, Perlite, and crushed volcanic rock. This plant likes to be in a humid environment, so it needs to be watered often. As a highly variable species, not every leaf of every specimen will look the same, but this only adds to the natural variation of the plant.
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