Anthurium Tayos Cave
Anthurium insigne paquishae rojo x Anthurium besseae aff
It is a captivating cultivar named after the famous Tayos Cave in Ecuador. This Anthurium variety is notable for its dark green, wavy-edged leaves that have a unique and mysterious appearance, resembling the intricate formations found in underground caves. The plant's velvety texture and deep color add to its allure. Like other Anthuriums, it requires bright, indirect light and well-draining soil to thrive. Its distinctive foliage makes it a sought-after choice for adding an exotic touch to indoor plant collections.