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Anthurium flavolineatum  5is a captivating and visually appealing species within the Anthurium genus, celebrated for its unique and distinctive characteristics. Native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America, particularly in countries like Ecuador and Peru, this plant thrives in warm and humid environments. What sets Anthurium flavolineatum apart is its striking foliage. The plant typically produces large, heart-shaped leaves with a glossy texture and vibrant green coloration. What makes this species particularly intriguing is the intricate yellow or golden veining that adorns the leaves, creating a mesmerizing contrast and giving rise to its specific name, "flavolineatum," which translates to "yellow lines." This variegation pattern adds a touch of elegance and exotic charm to the plant, making it a prized possession among plant enthusiasts and collectors. While Anthurium flavolineatum does produce characteristic Anthurium flowers consisting of a spadix and spathe, it is primarily admired for its decorative foliage and the tropical allure it brings to indoor gardens and botanical collections.

Clima Templada fría
Circulación de aire Medio
Luz Medio
Humedad Medio
Fertilizante Bimensual
Tamaño Medio