Anthurium Clarinervium

Pot size: 1 gal (large)
Number of leaves: 3+

We are actively sourcing for this plant. You can join our waitlist now to get notified when this plant becomes available. The listed price is just an estimate and may change in the future.

The second picture shows the relative size of the plants between small, medium, and large. Note that you may not get the exact plants in the picture.

Note that even though the plants have been acclimated for 1-2 weeks in California and have passed critical time of surviving from oversea shipment, they still need further acclimation in your area or especially indoor. Some leaves may turn yellow and some old roots may die during acclimation process, but new roots should start growing. We recommend a well draining soil comprising of 20% cactus soil, 40% orchid bark, 30% perlite, and 10% coir to pot the plants if they come in the mail as bareroots.

Anthurium clarinervium is a species of plant in the family Araceae, endemic to Chiapas, Mexico. It has ovate, deeply-lobed leaves with whitish veins, atop stems that are 1–2 cm thick. It grows naturally as an epiphyte. Source: Wikipedia

Sun requirement: Indoor
Care instructions: Keep humidity high and water when soil is dry

Public discussion (5)

CharBon D

5 months ago

Hello! Is this plant still available?

gardeneur

5 months ago

Yes it is

Lyn A

5 months ago

How big are the leaves?

gardeneur

5 months ago

This plant is in 1 gallon pot which has a diameter of 6.5". From the pic, the leaves are about the size of the pot's diameter and some are even bigger.

Tan T

16 days ago

Will you have more in this size coming?

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