Anthurium pedatoradiatum Plantlet
Anthurium pedatoradiatum is nicknamed "Fingers" due to its deeply lobed, bright green leaves. The leaves extend outward from upright petioles, giving them the appearance of a delicately outstretched hand. As the leaves develop to their mature size, they become even more palmate, gaining additional "fingers." Its small pale green flowers can develop at any time of year. Anthurium pedatoradiatum is originally from the rainforests of Mexico. As an indoor plant, it is tolerant of relatively low light, making it an easy to care for, low-maintenance indoor plant.
Our Anthurium pedatoradiatum plantlets are fully rooted and bound in moss for easy travel. Each plantlet has approximately 2-3 leaves measuring 3-5", and is 4-6" tall. Re-pot in your favorite container, and enjoy watching the leaves develop to their mature size. The mature plant can reach 3' or taller, with leaves approximately 12" wide.
*Limited quantity available. Hand-thrown Ceramic Planter sold separately.
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