Anthurium Clarinervium is an Aroid native to Colombia, Mexico and Ecuador. They have a very cool velvety leaf texture.
Water & Humidity
They need consistent watering, but make sure not to overwater or let sit in water. If their roots sit in water they will be susceptible to root rot. Also, the reason why you want to be consistent with watering is that they are prone to leaf marks, which is only cosmetic but for some can be distressing. Remember that plants are living things, not hard goods like other decorative objects. Some markings or leaf tears are to be expected.
When ready to water make sure to water thoroughly and all around. Rare anthuriums do not like cold drafts and need plenty of ventilation.
Potting Medium & Fertilizer
They need a well-draining mix; perlite, coco coir, orchid bark
will do the trick. You can grow in sphagnum moss but will need to incorporate nutrients.
They benefit from fertilizer during the growing season as well; spring, summer and fall. Use a slow-release fertilizer and/or houseplant fertilizer and make sure to follow the packaging instructions (less is more).
Plant ships in a nursery pot; decorative pot is not included.
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Heat packs and complete winter protection are available for purchase. They can be added to the order (filter by 'winter protection.") Heat packs should be purchased if you are experiencing cold or freezing temperatures. Please ensure that you will be available to receive your plant if you are experiencing cold temperatures. Heat packs only protect your plant in transit, not for extended periods.
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