(Crystal Anthurium, Flamingo Flower, Flamingo Plant, Tail Flower) These plants are mainly from tropical America. They are grown for their brightly colored flower spathes or their ornamental leaves. Anthurium andraeanum is a native of Columbia that has orange-red spathes and large heart-shaped lea...
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[n] - any of various tropical American plants cultivated for their showy foliage and flowers
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tailflower noun any of various tropical American plants cultivated for their showy foliage and flowers
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genus of tropical American herbaceous plants, comprising about 825 species in the arum family (Araceae), many of which are popular foliage plants. A ... [1 related articles]
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Anthurium (m; Schott, 1829), is a large genus of about 600–800 (possibly 1,000) species, belonging to the arum family (Araceae). Anthurium can also be called "Flamingo Flower" or "Boy Flower", both referring to the structure of the spathe and spadix. TROPICOS lists 1901 types, although some of th...
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1) Houseplant 2) Tail-flower 3) Tailflower
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