What is the plant
They are terrestrial or epiphytic plants with a short stem up to 1 m in height. Leaves are oval-lanceolate, with a deep heart-shaped base, 25-30 cm long and 10-12 cm wide, hanging downwards. Petioles are 25-36 cm long, with old leaves with bends. The inflorescence is a cob up to 15 cm in length, slightly drooping or erect, yellowish with a bright bracts or "veil". The cover of Andre Anthurium is shiny, large, wide-heart-shaped, slightly wrinkled, less often vesicular, with well-visible veins, pink, white or red. Blooms for about a month, when flowering, the bedspread turns green. The fruits are yellow or orange berries, obovate or spherical, partly protruding from the bedspread.
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