Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE - The Seaside Succulent
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Anthurium clarinervium, Queen Anthurium RARE

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Anthurium clarinervium is a beautiful houseplant in the Aroid family, grown for their striking, leathery, thick foliage. It's a real stunner with its dark green, deeply lobed heart shaped leaves and contrasting white veins.

The clarinervium is a smaller growing species that is perfect to grow in your home! Indoors, the leaves will grow to about 6″ or a little larger.

Anthuriums are native to Mexico where they live as epiphytes, attached to trees, ricks and hillsides. They thrive in warm temperatures and love high humidity. 

Light: These plants enjoy mostly bright indirect light or filtered sunlight. Keep these plants away from too much direct sun, but a little bit is fine.

Water: Water when the top inch or two of the potting mix is dry. Do not let these plants sit in water or it will rot! After you water thoroughly, let all excess water drain away.

Soil: Mix 1 part orchid bark to 2-3 parts peat-based potting mix. If you have perlite or pumice throw some of that in there too! This will ensure excellent drainage.

Pets: TOXIC to pets

Ships in a 6" grow pot with soil.