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Anthurium scandens, Dracontium scandens, Pearl Laceleaf

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 Anthurium scandens, Dracontium scandens
Family: Araceae
Pearl Laceleaf
Origin: Caribbean
Vine or creeperSmall shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Anthurium scandens is known from southern Mexico and the West Indies to southern Brazil, ranging from sea level to 2,700 m. This is the most widespread aroid in the New World and, doubtless, the most ecologically diverse as well, occurring in tropical moist, premontane wet, tropical wet, premontane rain, and lower montane rain forest life zones. This is a creeping epiphytic aroid with a aerial roots along the stem. Produces small clumps of pale lavender to almost while berries.


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Pearl Laceleaf. Anthurium scandens is known from southern Mexico and the West Indies to southern Brazil. This is the most widespread aroid in the New World and, doubtless, the most ecologically diverse as well, occurring in tropical moist, premontane wet, tropical wet, premontane rain, and lower montane rain forest life zones. This is a creeping epiphytic aroid with a aerial roots along the stem. Produces small clumps of pale lavender to almost while berries. Very cute container specimen and a great houseplant.
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Grown in 6"/1 gal pot, small plant

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Anthurium scandens - seeds

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Pearl Laceleaf. Anthurium scandens is known from southern Mexico and the West Indies to southern Brazil. This is a creeping epiphytic aroid with a aerial roots along the stem. Produces small clumps of pale lavender to almost while berries. Very cute container specimen and a great houseplant.
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