Anthurium Forgetti is distinguished by its unusual leaves, which have no upper lobes or sinus. This gives them a unique teardrop shape rather than the heart-shaped leaves you see on most Anthuriums. Another notable feature of the Anthurium Forgetii that makes them so coveted is their stunning white or silver veining that stands out against the deep green of the leaves. For these unique features, the Forgetti is highly sought after to add bring in unique foliage to a collection.
Native to Columbia, this plant is slow-growing and stays fairly small, making it perfect for smaller spaces. Like most Anthuriums, Forgetti prefer well draining soil mix, moderate humidity, bright indirect sunlight, and warmer temperatures.
Anthurium forgetii comes in a few different forms: the standard form with rich green leaves and less prominent veining; the dark form with very deep-green leaves; and the silver form with distinct silver veins.