Endemic to Columbia, A. magnificum is a terrestrial member of the section Cardiolonchium, which are characterized by their velutinous (velvety) leaf blades, and esqueletos (referring to the skeleton-like white veins) that many species in this section boast. A. magnificum is identifiable by having distinctly quadrangular, and sometimes c-shaped. Like other members of the section in cultivation, lots of them have bench-hybrid genetics and will differ greatly specimen to specimen. A. magnificum is also known to get quite large in comparison to similar plants (A. crystallinum, A. forgetii).
Anthurium magnificum enjoys bright indirect to brief partial exposures to direct sun, a chunky, well-draining potting mix, mild to somewhat high temps, and cannot tolerate low humidity levels. Likes to superficially dry in-between waterings.
May need to be repotted yearly.
Toxic to pets.
*We have several of these plants this size for sale, so obviously the plant you receive may not look exactly like the one pictured*