Anthurium formosum is a large growing species that forms clumps , the flower looks a little like that on A.veitchii and as these 2 plants were growing right beside each other and were in flower at the same time, so I did a cross pollination , several times . I knew it would work as a mate had done this cross before . The foliage is exactly what you would expect from this cross , would have been lovely if the leaves were longer and more quilted , maybe veitchii crossed onto it again may improve the texture . Pictured is youing Jenna beside the clump of formosum , the pollen parent for the cross Anthurium veitchii x formosum . Have not named this cross , any suggestions ?