Two Toned Anthurium

Besides the annual orchid exhibit (and the butterflies coming in March) there are year round plants at the Franklin Park Conservatory here in Columbus, Ohio.  I’ve always seen the solid red anthuriums there but this year they pulled a fast one on me by having not only the pink ones showcased in the previous post but this two toned one.

Then again, could it be that the solid red ones start greenish and then “ripen” to a solid red?  Anyone know how this goes?

Have a safe and great weekend out there.

Teri 📷

 

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10 Responses to Two Toned Anthurium

  1. Timothy Price says:

    It’s a beauty.

  2. Mark Myers says:

    I needed a dose of spring right now. Thanks!

  3. Nancy says:

    Oh my isn’t that gorgeous! The two toned is stunning!

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