Please bear with me, reader, I promise we'll be getting some more interesting Anthurium seedlings soon.
Which is not to say this one's boring; it's just not particularly good. The blooms have all been pretty small. The color combination is a common one,
and the foliage is not great,
so it's probably going to be discarded eventually. But there is something slightly noteworthy about 1) how many blooms it's produced, and 2) how hit-or-miss those blooms have been. I don't have photos for every inflorescence the plant has produced, but here's the first one:
and here's the most recent one.
And this one came in between.
It's still not extremely common, but the seedlings, collectively, are producing inflorescences on short peduncles more frequently now. I don't know if this is because of damage from pests, or if environmental conditions in the basement are causing plants to attempt to bloom before they're actually ready to do so, or if we're seeing recessive genes show up in the F2 generation that didn't have visible effects in the F1 seedlings, or what, but it feels like it means something.