Anthurium symbolizes hospitality, with its open heart-shaped flowers and tropical temperament.
Also known as Flamingo Flower, Boy Flower, Painted Tongue and Painter's Palette - because of its unique shape and color - the name anthurium comes from Greek and means "tail flower". Exotic and attractive with their bold, typically red flowers and bright, dark green leaves, they stand out for their long-lasting and irresistible beauty, just like the anthurium, the hospitality they represent.
According to the legend, when the anemone leaves its leaves, it is thought to give a sign that the rain is approaching, but it will bring luck and protect the presence in the house against evil.
According to another mythology, the existence of magical fairies believed to sleep under the leaves after the anemone (flower) closes at sunset. Perhaps because of these magical and prophetic tales, anemones in the language of flowers represent the "expectation" today.