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• Nursery Pot Ø: 12cm
• Fits our small pots
• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 13-16cm
• Approx plant height: 45cm
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The Anthurium clarinervium is a must have for design-led homes. Its leaves are velvety to touch and extremely photogenic. If you keep your anthurium happy you might be lucky enough to see tiny pinkish white flowers bloom on its' spandix (a.k.a the spikes that stick out of the plant)
Allow rare gems or plants of outstanding beauty to shine by placing them in key focal points of your room and place them in neutral pots to let the leaves do the talking.
How to care
How to care
Anthuriums prefer medium to bright, indirect light. Keep away from strong direct sunlight.
Water weekly, allowing about 2" of top soil to begin to dry out between watering sessions. Water sparingly in the winter months.
High humidity speeds up the Anthurium Clarinerum’s growth. The leaves (and veins) will turn a brighter and green in humid environments.
Sad Plant Signs
Yellow burn marks or discolouration: too much light. Droopy, browning leaves: overwatering.
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The Anthurium clarinervium is a species of plant in the family Araceae, endemic to Chiapas, Mexico. A must have for design-led homes, it is arguably the most photogenic and beautiful houseplant around. Featuring dark green, velvety, ovate leaves with contrasting symmetrical whiteish veins, this stunner will add a wow factor to any room. What’s more, if you keep your Anthurium happy you might even be lucky enough to see tiny pinkish white flowers bloom on its' spandix (a.k.a the spikes that stick out of the plant)! To do this, it will require lots of light, misting, and liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer to give him that extra boost of nutrients.
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