Anthurium Clarinervium is native to the tropical forests of South America and is a member of the large araceae family.
It is easily recognisable by its big heart-shaped, velvety touch and its very pronounced veins. It's a sure hit!
Anthurium Clarinervium will need good light, but without direct sunlight, but can tolerate slightly lower light levels.
Because of its tropical origins, it loves humidity! To keep it at its best, a humidity level of around 60% is perfectly suited for it.
But be careful, it's also a little chilly: below 20℃, your Anthurium might not like it, so it's best to choose a spot where it's warm and avoid draughts.
Anthurium Clarinervium will need a nutrient-rich and well-draining substrate, like many plants of tropical origin: a mixture of 50% white peat, 40% coconut fibre and 10% perlite will suit it perfectly.
Because of its highly developed root system, it will appreciate a pot that is wider than it is tall, and loves openwork containers.
It is very important to keep the substrate always fresh and never let it dry completely.
Depending on the time of the year, adapt watering to find the right balance so that it is not completely soaked or completely dry.
During the growing season, don't forget to give it a regular supply of fertiliser and to repot it whenever necessary so that it is at its best!
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