4" Anthurium clarinervium
Medium to bright indirect light
Allow soil to dry halfway before watering
Anthurium clarinervium is a popular plant, mostly sought after for its unique foliage. The leaves on this particular species are thick and have an almost cardboard type texture. The prominent veins are bright white and very eye catching.
Anthurium clarinervium is endemic to Chiapas, Mexico. In it's natural habitat they're found growing on rocky outcroppings so as an indoor plant they are much more tolerant of a wide range of conditions.
Anthurium clarinervium care:
Allow the soil to dry out almost completely between watering. Anthurium prefer medium indirect light to maintain their dark green color, but will do just fine in bright indirect light.
Anthurium is a large genus of ornamental, mostly epiphytic plants. Some species of Anthurium do have a terrestrial growth habit.
Anthurium are native to tropical areas of Latin America. They grow in a wide variety of climates, ranging from lowland to higher elevations. Certain species need high humidity, while others will grow just fine in ambient household humidity.
Their foliage varies greatly, with some having thick corrugated textures and others with velvety textures.
Anthurium prefer a well draining soil, rich in organic matter.
They are prized for their ease of care and their sometimes showy, colorful flowers.
Anthurium can thrive in lower light but grow faster in brighter indirect light.
I’ve wanted this plant for quite sometime, and recently got one. This one shipped very well and did not lose any leaves. Very pleased with this plant. I can’t wait for it to mature!
Well packed nice size
So happy I was able to grab my wishlist plant! She’s so beautiful 😭
Plant was as pictured. Arrived in very good condition. Good shipping.
Plant arrived in 3 business days (I chose the cheapest shipping option) in good condition. The largest leaf was a good size, about 6 inches across. There was minimal leaf damage but that’s to be expected. The plant had a healthy and robust root system, which is more important. There was a new leaf coming in when I received the plant, and it has been steadily growing since a few days after I unwrapped it. Can’t wait to grow it out this growing season!