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Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium) Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium) Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium)
Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium) Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium) Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium)
Anthurium (Anthurium clarinervium)
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The special leaves of this Anthurium are heart-shaped and slightly hairy, making them soft to the touch.

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Family: Araceae
Scientific name: Anthurium clarinervium
Common name: Anthurium
Origin: Mexico

The special leaves of this Anthurium are heart-shaped and slightly hairy, making them soft to the touch. They are dark green and have striking light-colored veins. The species originates in the extreme south of Mexico, near the border with Guatemala. There the plant grows in the rainforest as an epiphyte in trees and on rocks. The inflorescence is white and is followed by orange berries after pollination. 

The plant naturally remains relatively small and is also quite easy to keep as a houseplant in terms of conditions. Provide a very airy, permeable soil with e.g. a mix of tree bark, perlite and Sphagnum moss (or orchid soil) and keep the soil constantly slightly moist. In addition, it is important to give it a light position without direct sunlight. Room temperature is sufficient and the humidity should be kept above 60%. 

Sowing directions: The seed can be germinated (further) in Sphagnum moss at a temperature of 22 to 28 deg C. After the formation of the first roots, it can be transferred to a well-drained, airy soil.  

Sowing period: Whole year
Difficulty: Intermediate
Minimum temperature: 12 degrees Celsius

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