No one is saying they "won't grow" in Turkey. We are saying the rare species you claim to be selling cannot be found naturally in Turkey! Anthurium are grown all over the world, but they do not exist there naturally outside the areas named in Dr. Croat's paper. Every link you posted is the extremely common form which to a scientist or collector is known as Anthurium andreanum. These look absolutely nothing like Anthurium superbum or the vast majority of species you claim to be selling. Again, please ladybotany, go sign up for a botany course on Anthurium species! Many of us who are posting here have studied them for years!