This "birdnest Anthurium" can slowly grow to enormous proportions. Leaves are very ornamental: glossy, wide and ruffled. Anthurium crassinervium is native to Northern South America and some island of the Caribbean. It can be grown in pots or mounted as an epiphyte and it can live as an indoor plant too. House plants are usually smaller and will often stay below 1 m tall. Older plants will make a showy trunk, coated by exotic white aerial roots.
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