The Anthurium clarinervium produces lovely heart-shaped leaves that have a velvety feel against your palms. The leaves are dark green with light green underneath. White veins create interesting patterns that stand out from other plants.
- The right lighting can make or break your new plant. Anthurium clarinervium plants are picky and sensitive. Keep your Anthurium clarinervium plant away from direct sunlight. This means keeping it away from windows with direct sunlight coming through. Don’t sit it under any grow lights either. Direct sunlight can burn and scorch your plant. It’s very sensitive to the sun and heat.
- Watering an Anthurium clarinervium plant is a lot like watering other houseplants. You don’t want to over-water the plants but you don’t want to dehydrate it either. Over-watering your plant can cause nasty root rot. Root rot rots the entirety of the roots until the plant dies. It’s important to make sure you’re using a self-draining pot. Not giving your plant hydration starves it from that much needed water. It also stops it from going through photosynthesis. Using a Sustee Moisture Meter stick helps to figure out how much moisture is in the soil so you don’t under or overwater.
- The right temperature for an Anthurium clarinervium depends on the time of year. For the growing season, the temperature for the plant needs to be between 18 ºC to 21 ºC. This is the best range for the best growth. In the hottest of conditions, the plant can thrive in temperatures up to 29 ºC. For the rest of the year, the plant can take temperatures down to 12 ºC. But it shouldn’t drop any more than this or your plant will freeze.
- Anthurium clarinervium plants love high humidity. The humidity should be at least over 60%. But 80% is the best for this plant.
- To repot this plant, you will need around 2 packs of For My Plants potting mix for the most loved houseplants.
- Toxic to pets.
Height of the plant - 35 cm. Diameter of the pot - 12 cm. Sustee size M.
Height of the plant is measured from the base of the pot to the top of the plant.
Diameter of the pot is measured at the top part of it.