Aroideana
Journal of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
Volume 2, Number 4 (1979); Pages 126-127
Aroid profile no. 5: Anthurium punctatum
By Michael Madison    
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ABSTRACT:

Anthurium punctatum N. E. Brown, Gard. Chron. 26:809 (1886). Anthurium puncta tum is native to western Ecuador where it occurs as a pendent epiphyte in tropical wet forest. Like other pendent anthuriums with strap shaped leaves it makes a fine hanging basket plant in cultivation, especially if several shoots are established in a single basket. The plants should be planted in an open, well-drained soil and grown in moderate light.

   

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