“Anthurium is a class of spices frequently developing as epiphytes on different plants. Some are earthly. The leaves are frequently grouped and are variable in shape. The inflorescence bears little blossoms which are great, containing male and female designs. The blossoms are contained near one another with twistings on the spadix. The spadix is frequently prolonged into a spike shape, yet it tends to be globe-molded or club-formed. Underneath the spadix is the spathe, a kind of bract. This is variable in shape, too, however it is spear molded in numerous species. It might reach out level or in a bend. Once in a while, it covers the spadix like a hood. The organic products are created from the blossoms on the spadix. They are succulent berries changing in variety, generally containing two seeds.
The spadix and spathe are a fundamental focal point of Anthurium reproducers, who foster cultivars in brilliant varieties and special shapes. Anthurium scherzerianum and A. andraeanum, two of the most well-known taxa in development, are the main species that develop dazzling red spathes. They have additionally been reproduced to deliver spathes in numerous different varieties and patterns.
Anthurium plants are noxious because of calcium oxalate gems. The sap is aggravating to the skin and eyes.”