Anthurium clarinervium

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A perfect deep green heart, lined with a tracery web of pale green, held proudly on long smooth stems. This tropical cloud forest anthurium is grown commercially for its leaves, prized by high end florists; and nurtured as indoor plants by growers who appreciate something special in their homes.

Clarinervium will do her very best to survive; but help a gal out and give her what she deserves - warmth, shelter, humidity, shade from bright sunlight, not too much food, did we mention humidity? She loves a daily hydrating mist spray on her face to keep her looking beautiful.

If you can keep orchids and alocasia alive, you can keep clarinervium. She's worth the effort.

Window plant image: Clivid cropped to size.

Anthurium clarinervium
APPEARANCE:   Tropical slow-growing foliage plant from Mexico with heart shaped dark green evergreen leaves, soft to touch, with a distinctive web of pale green-white veins. Young leaves are a brighter apple green and may not have visible ribs. Mature plants may product small white anthurium flowers typical of the genus. The plants are epiphytes in the wild - growing in tree crowns.
USE IN: Tropical gardens and well lit subtropical patio areas. Suited to borders, undergrowth planting (where it makes good groundcover) and containers. Indoor decor especially in bathrooms.
CLIMATE : Suited to warm climates, high humidity, and sheltered areas. Protect from cold and draughts - keep over 15C minimum.
PLANTING :  A partly shaded position in the garden or home, out of direct sunlight (which can burn the leaves) but with bright light. Plant in a free draining slightly acid to neutral pH soil rich in organic matter.  A potting mix rich with peat moss or humus is ideal. Plant away from areas where children and pets play as the leaves contain a poisonous substance.
CARE: Water regularly during the first 12 weeks until the plant is established; then afterwards when the soil surface is dry. Water less in winter. Mist often in dry locations and when growing indoors. Feed with fertiliser for foliage plants monthly spring-autumn, to ensure lush growth. Wipe the leaves gently with a damp cloth to remove dust if necessary.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
What is tubestock?

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