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Genus Costus at Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

If you happen to be looking for something beautiful but strange, or pretty but somewhat weird, check out what nature has provided from the genus Costus. Not only do some of them look almost...
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Cymbidium Orchids at Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Cymbidium orchids are the most expensive cut orchid available. They are available only during late winter and spring from Hawaii where they are grown in the cool upcountry areas roughly between 1800...
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The Wildcat Hybrid Orchids at Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Wildcat orchids are hybrids consisting of the genus Miltonia, Odontoglossum and Oncidium . The correct botanical nomenclature for these orchid varieties is X Colmanara Wildcat: named for Sir Jeremiah...
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During the 1930's and 1940's, anthuriums were planted under citrus trees, mainly tangerine. The tangerine was the main crop, not the anthurium flowers. The anthuriums flowers when in biggest demand...
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Brief history of the Anthurium Tropical Flower industry on the Big Island of Hawaii.

During the 1930's and 1940's, anthuriums were planted under citrus trees, mainly tangerine. The tangerine was the main crop, not the anthurium flowers. The anthuriums flowers when in biggest demand...
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Red & Pink Ginger at Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Popular varieties requested by floral designers include: ‘Red Ginger’: the candy apple standard with its elongated inflorescence so prominently displayed throughout the decades. ‘Tomi Pink’:...
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Monstera deliciosa

When you think of the word monster another word that may come to mind is large, and if you’re a florist needing something to compliment a bold and big arrangement you have discovered an appropriate...
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Hawaiian Grown Dendrobium Orchids

Cut flower production of Dendrobium orchids has increased with demand steadily since statistics were first recorded by the State Department of Agriculture back in 1969. Although florists on a tight...
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88 Piece Tropical Mix $110.00 at Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

A genus of plants well known for their exotic foliage’s also produces a few interesting flower forms. One resembling a rattlesnake’s tail, another looking somewhat like a cigar, and yet another...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

In Hawaii, Cordyline fruitcosa - the green t i leaf plant has been revered for its usefulness and spiritual potency since ancient times. In other parts of Polynesia and South East Asia it’s the red...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

The decorative markings of its leaves resemble a peacock's tail, lending this beautiful Calathea plant its common name: Peacock Plant. They are pale green with feathered dark-green lines from the...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Bamboo Orchid Foliage (Arundina gramninifolia) is a mainstay for a lot of florists who design tropical flower arrangements. It is always available and is comparatively inexpensive. It has good vase...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Popular varieties requested by floral designers include: ‘Red Ginger’: the candy apple standard with its elongated inflorescence so prominently displayed throughout the decades. ‘Tomi Pink’:...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

Wildcat orchids are hybrids consisting of the genus Miltonia, Odontoglossum and Oncidium . The correct botanical nomenclature for these orchid varieties is X Colmanara Wildcat: named for Sir Jeremiah...
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Mountain View Anthuriums Hawaii

In 1977 a Taiwanese orchid enthusiast named Koh Keng Hoe registered this vigorous yellow orchid which has now become one of the most valuable and successful commercial orchids for the floriculture...
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