Anthurium  (Caycee x Griege)  x Ree Gardens Papillilaminum - C1 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium  (Caycee x Griege)  x Ree Gardens Papillilaminum - C1 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium  (Caycee x Griege)  x Ree Gardens Papillilaminum - C1 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium  (Caycee x Griege)  x Ree Gardens Papillilaminum - C1 - Nice Plants Good Pots
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This is a beautiful complex hybrid created by us in 2023. 

The mother genetics were created by our great friend Max Parker of Miami Botan, in South Florida: 

 A.Caycee is a cross between ( A. Magnificum x A. Greige).

 A. Greige  is an old Florida hybrid of unknown origin but shows lots of traits similar to  plants that came from Tim Andersons Stripey breeding line.

This is a beautiful velvety dark green anthurium  with long silver stripes and a rather short set of lobes. Makes a very long and pointy shield shaped leaf.


The pollen donor in this cross is a pure Anthurium Papillilaminum "Ree Gardens form".

This plant was acquired directly from Mrs. Marie Knock, owner of Ree Gardens.

The Anthurium papillilaminum, from Ree Gardens, is a species native to Panama and is recognized for its dark green elongated cordate (heart-shaped) leaves that grow on shorter petioles. This plant is terrestrial and its natural habitat is limited to the coastal areas of Colón and Darién Provinces in Panama, and found across the range up to an altitude of 100 meters above sea level. It belongs to the section Cardiolonchium of the Anthurium genus, which is characterized by its velvet-like leaves, although unlike its relative Anthurium crystallinum, it doesn't have silver veins on its leaves​.


  • You will receive the exact plant listed in the photos 
  • shipped in 2.5" pot from New Orleans Louisiana 


Anthurium Growing Tips and Care

  • Anthuriums thrive in bright filtered light, but we recommend avoiding direct sunlight.
  • They appreciate nice humidity levels, but aren't too picky about humidity.
  • These plants would do best in a semi-coarse potting mix and we recommend letting the (roughly top 2") of soil media  dry on the top of the soil before watering.
  • We recommend potting in a well-draining, coarse, and slightly acidic potting soil with rich in organic matter and  suggest repotting this fast-growing anthurium every two to three years.
  • We advise cutting off yellowing or browning leaves as they appear to keep the plant looking tidy and to discourage pests. 


We ship every Monday from New Orleans , Louisiana.

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