Category Archives: anthurium pictures
Mauna Loa is a mountain in Hawaii. Mauna Loa anthuriums, on the other hand, are a beautiful white and green anthurium and may also have a small hint of pink.
Here is an Ellison White Anthurium. It looks almost like a Jasmine, except it is closer to pure white than the Jasmine, which has a hint of green.
Jasmine Anthuriums look white, but if you look very carefully you will see that they have the slightest tinge of green that is almost unnoticeable.
This is an example of a Fuschia tulip anthurium. Like most tulip anthuriums it produces smaller sized flowers and is shaped almost like a tulip. Unlike most anthuriums, which are scentless, some tulip anthuriums have a sweet scent.
Red And Green Obake Anthurium
Here is a photo of a purple tulip anthurium aka Arc.
This is a Princess Lily Anthurium. It is a beautiful red anthurium that was developed by Kiyoshi Inada. Continue reading
This is a Watermelon Obake Anthurium. I’m not sure how it got it’s name. I thought watermelons were a little bit redder on the inside. This flower isn’t as heavy as a watermelon, either. Go figure… But in any case it is a beautiful flower.
Sorry to disappoint you if you were looking for the liquor of the same name, but the Midori is a green anthurium that was developed by Calvin Hayashi way back in 1985. Continue reading