Ironclad Bird's Nest is an unusual plant that belongs to the family Araceae, and its country of origin is Ecuador. In its natural environment, it prefers tropical forests with a sufficient level of humidity, where it grows to quite large sizes. Today, it's a popular houseplant and a nice addition to a tropical garden.
Anthurium superbum is easily identified by its long, dark green leaves with a glossy texture, pointed edges, and purple undersides.
The leaves are rosette-shaped and can grow up to 10 in (25 cm) long and 3 in (7 cm) wide. Interestingly, the leaves cover each other due to their size, thereby preventing pests from accessing the plant. As for the flowers, they are usually pink in color, have a pleasant smell, and can grow up to 12 in (30 cm) long. They bloom all year round, and with proper care, this process takes place for more than a month.