Anthurium Clarinervium

Anthurium clarinervium


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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. During the growing season, you want the soil for the plant to be moist. Don’t water it until the first two layers of soil are dry. You can test the moistness of your plant by pushing your finger through the soil. The soil should be dry up to your second knuckle. Keep in mind, Anthurium clarinervium plants have exposed roots because they’re epiphyte plants. Exposed roots dry out faster than the roots of 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. Filtered sunlight is the easiest option. A great way to gain filtered sunlight is to place the plant on an east-facing window. A north-facing window works as well. Anthurium clarinervium plants need at least indirect light. They thrive with medium-light in brightness.


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.
You can trace the beautiful vein patterns and become mesmerized. This plant’s nickname “velvet cardboard Anthurium” explains everything.
The Anthurium clarinervium is the kind of plant you put in your front room so you can show it off to everyone you know. And so you can look at it every day.
The plant comes from the Araceae family and it’s an epiphyte. Epiphyte plants grow on other plants and trees. Anthurium plants originate from southern Mexico in the many tropical forests hidden away. But the Anthurium clarinervium originates from the United States.
The best part about this plant is that it’s super easy to grow and care for inside your home. As long as you pay attention to your plant’s needs, you’ll have a happy and healthy plant. It’s going to glow with health.