Anthurium crystallinum silver hybrid - medium

Pot size: 4" or 6"
Number of leaves: 2+
Price may change based on availability

We will post this plant as it becomes available. Our batch will be available every 2-3 weeks. Due to limited availability and uncertainty in shipping and acclimation process, we have stopped preorder of this plant.

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. 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 crystallinum silver hybrid is one of collector's item. The leaves are rounder and thicker than a typical crystallinum and the veins are white and much wider. The plant also tends to grow sideway as opposed to growing taller like other Anthuriums.

Care instructions: Water when the 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.
Sun requirement: Indoor

Public discussion (4)

Imani E

4 months ago

Is 1& 2 available?


4 months ago

Currently not available, we will have more. Please join our wait list

John D

4 months ago

The description and photos are the same as your dorayaki listing; is this a mistake or are these the same plant?


4 months ago

Hi John, thanks for the question. These plants have very similar characteristics with one another. For example, both Anthurium varieties you mention have thicker veins with rounder leaves. However, the dorayaki differ from the crystallinum silver because they have slightly rounder leaves. So while we describe them in similar ways, when compared to each other there is only subtle differences.

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