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Anthurium "blooms" consist of a flat heart-shaped colored spathe, from which protrudes a fingerlike spadix. Stems are thin, smooth and leafless.

The fingerlike spadix is the true flower head, and the "bumps" on the spadix are the real flowers. The number of open flowers determines the roughness of the spadix.

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