This table shows an overview of Anthurium cultivar, trade and nick names and also names for batch ID's.
The information is gathered from what is presented by sellers online, there is little to no botanical value in most of these names as they are not recognised by an official body (International Aroid Society).
This table is designed to offer an easy way to find more information about the species parentage of plants indicated with nick names.
1. The information shown in the table is what I have derived from online sources, I do not claim any guarantees about the reliability of the information shown.
2. The images shown are mostly linked from websites by the person who named it. I do not claim any intellectual property rights over the pictures. Please use the contact form below to have any information changed or removed if you are the intellectual property owner.
3. Please use the contact form below to add information to the table. Conditions to be add to the table are: a) show proof of the cross made or cultivar (showing either pictures of the plant itself or of the parents and seeds) and b) show proof of providing the plant for commercialisation (offline or online sale)
- Hybrid cultivar: a hybrid plant (cross between two plants of different species) which has been selected for specific traits from a batch of hybrid offspring. Typically done by a breeder or botanist.
- Species cultivar: a selected plant from a species showing specific traits different from the described species. E.g. a variation in lobes, venation or leaf color.
- Hybrid nick name: a name to describe the result of a hybrid cross between two species (or different hybrids). This means there will be variation among the plants used with the same nick name as there is natural variation resulting from a hybrid cross.
- Hybrid batch id: a name used to describe a batch from a hybrid cross. This helps to easily identify plants from a same batch. This also means there will be variation among the plants used with the same batch id name as there is natural variation resulting from a hybrid cross.