Anthurium Clarinervium (6" pot)

Pot size: 6" (medium)
Number of leaves: 2+

We may or may not have this plant in stock. If they are not available, you may have to wait for 2-3 weeks until our next batch of plants is ready for sale. You can order now to reserve a specimen.

The last picture shows the relative size of the plants in small, medium, and large size. 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. This is not a fully established plant. Some leaves may turn yellow and some old roots may die during acclimation process, but new roots should start growing with proper care and media. 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: Water when the top soil dries out. Do not over water. Put the pot in a tray filled with pebbles and water for humidity. Do not submerge the pot in water.

Public discussion (24)

JaNina Yingying M

8 months ago

Omg you got them in!!!! Will you have smaller ones for sale?

gardeneur

8 months ago

Yes but there are not many. Will post soon

Tommy N

8 months ago

Hello, are they available for purchase today? Would love to pick one up.

Thank you

gardeneur

8 months ago

The plants are currently available for sale for those who are on wait list and will be available for others after midnight tomorrow.

Tommy N

8 months ago

I put myself on the waiting list for a small one a few weeks ago but want to get a large instead. Will you be let me know when I can come get the plans ? Not sure how Thai whole process work.

Jennifer P

8 months ago

Are we waitlisted again? I was trying to get the smaller one, but was rejected due to no more, can I be added to the waitlist again please

gardeneur

8 months ago

@Jennifer P, yes you will be automatically wait-listed if your order was rejected. @Tommy N, the large one if available for purchase now https://www.gardeneur.com/en/listings/822898-anthurium-clarinervium-1-gal-pot

CYNTHIA m

2 months ago

Do you still have any available?

gardeneur

2 months ago

For this price, you can preorder now but you may have to wait 2-4 weeks. We will have some clarinervium for our Live Plant Purge event this Saturday 3/14 at 2 pm pst. You can visit our fb page (https://fb.com/gardeneur)

Sara Neyfi F

2 months ago

It's possible to get a picture of the actual plant that will be send ?

gardeneur

2 months ago

Yes after you purchase it, we can email pic of actual plant before mailing it to you

Kim T

1 month ago

Hello! Do you have this currently available or the one that is $45?

gardeneur

1 month ago

Kim, we currently ran out due to high demand, but we have a new batch every 1-2 weeks. So you can place an order in advance to reserve a specimen for you.

Makensey Z

30 days ago

Do you have any of these coming available?

gardeneur

29 days ago

Yes we will in 2-3 weeks. We will open the listing once we are more certain.

Tan T

14 days ago

Hi are these available again?

gardeneur

14 days ago

Yes

Yumna K

11 days ago

Is there a listing for the larger option?

gardeneur

11 days ago

We have a larger option, but it is currently a wait list. https://www.gardeneur.com/en/listings/853440-anthurium-clarinervium

Yumna K

11 days ago

Thank you for your response!

Emily D

10 days ago

I purchased one of these, are they available now? Or will I have to wait

gardeneur

10 days ago

Emily, we just responded to your question. Please check you Gardeneur inbox.

Miguel L

6 days ago

Are these available? I was about to press buy but realized that they may not be in stock? Is it placed "for sale" in error? I am trying to understand the process. Thank you!

gardeneur

6 days ago

This plant will be available in two weeks. If you purchase now, we will reserve a specimen for you when the next batch is ready.

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