Anthurium Lyman, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lymans Collection -#P16 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Lyman, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lymans Collection -#P16 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Lyman, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lymans Collection -#P16 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Lyman, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lymans Collection -#P16 - Nice Plants Good Pots
Anthurium Lyman, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lymans Collection -#P16 - Nice Plants Good Pots
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Anthurium Lyman is one of the unique and special Anthurium that originated from famed Aroider Ralph Lynam.

This hybrid is speculated to be A. Papillilaminum x A. Portillae. The plant is just starting to mature and has dark green velvety foliage and some nice bunny ears. 

This plant has been described as a: 

 "canal type A. papillilaminum with near jet black leaves in the right conditions. One of the best out there."

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    Anthurium Lynam, Rare Papillilaminum hybrid from Ralph Lynam Collection -#p16

  • Grown In New Orleans, USA
  • You will receive exact plant pictured  and shipped in 4" pot.
  • We ship every Monday from our nursery in New Orleans , Louisiana 

 

Here are some tips for caring for velvety anthuriums:

  • Water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry.
  • Keep the soil just barely moist but not soggy.
  • Keep the plant in a spot that gets plenty of bright, indirect light but no direct sunshine.
  • Keep the plant in a warm room that's around 60f-85f away from draughts and radiators.
  • Keep the plant in a bathroom or conservatory to raise humidity.
  • Group plants together to help raise humidity.
  • water with diluted fertilizer monthly during the growing season.
  • Avoid temperature fluctuations.
  • Repot as needed to give room for roots to expand.
  • water more thoroughly in spring and summer, in winter season the velvet anthurium slows active growth.
  • If you see salts crusting on the soil surface, it's time to flush the soil.
  • Run a gentle stream of water through it for a few minutes to get rid of excess fertilizer
  • If the leaves start to yellow, brown, or wilt, this may be a sign of overwatering or under watering.

 

++PLEASE CHECK YOUR WEATHER FORECAST BEFORE PURCHASING++

We ship every Monday from New Orleans , Louisiana.

Please be aware, all sales are final once shipped. We are not liable for weather related shipping damages. We pride ourselves in shipping high quality live plants and do our very best to ensure your new plants arrive to you safe and secure. Unfortunately, weather is out of our control.

By purchasing live plants to be shipped to you, you are agreeing that there is an inherent risk (plants arriving damaged due to fluctuating temperatures, leaves yellowing from stress, stems breaking, etc) involved in this process.

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