The tropical rainforests of Central and South America are home to the Long-Leafed Flamingo Plant (Anthurium). The first Anthuriums were introduced to Europe five years after they were found in Guatemala.
This plant is typically identified by its stunningly colored bracts that appear to be lacquer-coated. However, the focus here is on the foliage rather than the flowers. The bloom hardly stands out. The long, green leaves are in length. The blossom is not the focus of this strain.
The plant loses a lot of moisture as a result of its many leaves. Once per week, give the plant a lot of water. A mild moisture should be felt in the soil. Put the plant in a spot that receives some shade.