Anthurium popularly referred to as “Dark Mama” Papillilaminum x Warocqueanum large plant, currently working on both a new leaf and an inflorescence. Please note this is not a Jay Vannini plant. Currently largest leaf is just over 12”. Leaf shape transforms quite a bit as the plant matures, see last picture for one of her sisters just a little more mature, not by much though. Both are reliable growers, regularly flowering and growing new leaves.
Plant is in pon, it will be shipped in sphagnum moss. Please reach out should you have any questions. Express shipping included.
Anthurium Papillilaminum x Warocqueanum
SHIPPING: Please note we now only ship Monday and Tuesday. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t place your order later in the week, it means that we will hold onto your plant baby for a few days so that it doesn’t get stuck on a hot truck or in a sorting facility over weekend. You are most welcome to place your order any day of the week. Shipping is stressful for plants so yellowing, browning, or leaf damage can happen. Your plant will be packaged and handled very carefully whilst in our care. Please note that we are not responsible for any damage occurred during shipping. Likewise shipping delays due to weather or other events are also out of our hands. We ship priority and will provide you with tracking. Please get in touch if you have any questions.
TERMS: Creaky Shed is not liable for damage done to our plants by USPS, delayed shipping / delivery times, loss or mishandling of a package. While we try my best to carefully package each plant, the buyer understands things may happen beyond the seller’s control during transit and whilst plants are in the possession of USPS. Please contact USPS directly for ALL questions regarding the status of you shipment. We do not have any additional information regarding your package once it is no longer in our possession. In addition please note we believe in caring for, and enjoying our plants, in accordance with earth friendly practices and therefore do not use any pesticides. We do however use predatory insects that we preventatively release twice a year. This means that your plants may arrive with unintended hitchhikers, which you may or may not be able to see. Predatory insects, however, do not feed on plant material, they in fact feed on pest such as aphids, mealy bugs, thrips, spider mites etc. Organic, and in accordance with nature is always better!