Anthurium acebeyae x veitchii is already taking on awesome traits from both parents and we can't wait to see where they go. Anthurium acebeyae has large arrowhead leaves. Our mother plant was originally imported alongside a batch of ivanportillae. When it flowered, it was very apparent that it was something different and was a spot on match for the description of acebeyae. The other parent, Anthurium veitchii narrow form, produces some of the most spectacular leaves in the genus. They can achieve lengths of 3'+ and have pleated texture which reflects light in such a way that they seem otherworldly.
All plants available are grown from seed and some diversity is expected.