Anthurium magnificum produces beautiful veined leaved and maintains a more rounded shape than other related species such as crystallinum or regale. The new foliage emerges with beautiful reddish hues and then changes to green over time. This listing is for Anthurium magnificum seeds. We recommend sowing them over a chunky aroid mix with a thin layer of sphagnum moss. Simply place the seeds on top of the moss.
Due to the nature of seeds, we cannot guarantee germination, though we've inspected these and they appear viable. Anthuriums have a high germination rate.
Seed was harvested in early November and is stored in a cool place to preserve viability.