Anthurium radicans K. Koch & A. Haage
Anthurium radicans is a unique species and is the only member of section Chamaerepium. It is a small creeping species with cordate and bullate leaves, it is easy to grow and has been used to produce many interesting hybrids with very interesting foliage. These hybrids all seem to be sterile and will not produce a succesive generation. A. radicans creeps along on thick stems and will even climb a bit, although it seems to prefer to ramble slowly. Great for terrariums since the leaves stay flat and small. The plants we have available have about 3-4″ leaves.