Anthurium Clarinervium (1 gal pot)

Pot size: 1 gallon
Number of leaves: 3+

The second 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.

The size of roots is really what determines the size of the pot. If the plant has smaller leaves but big roots, we still put it in a bigger pot for obvious reason. This is why the size of leaves you receive will vary. The bigger the roots, the higher chance you could propagate the plants.

Note that even though the plants have been acclimated for 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 fell off during acclimation process. Most importantly is to keep the roots healthy so new leaves can grow. A friend of ours recommends a well draining soil comprising of 20% cactus soil, 40% orchid bark, 30% perlite, and 10% coir. You will need to pot this in the right soil mix if you receive the plants bareroot from us.

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.

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