Anthurium clarinervium is a species of plant in the family Araceae, endemic to Chiapas, Mexico. It has ovate, deeply-lobed leaves with whitish veins, atop stems that are 1–2 cm thick. It grows naturally as an epiphyte. These indoor plants are epiphytes, a type of air plant that come from warm, tropical regions where they either grow on the surface of other plants or in rich organic humus. Therefore, as a houseplant, the Anthurium is extremely durable and requires little care.
Proper watering is key to Anthurium care (and to the care of all your houseplants!). Keep the soil lightly moist during the growing season letting the top layer just approach dryness between waterings.
Air-purifying anthurium is one of our favorite houseplants because it offers attractive leaves and bold blooms. If anthurium gets enough light, it can bloom on and off all year. This houseplant is particularly effective at removing harmful chemicals like ammonia and formaldehyde.
A single Anthurium Clarinervium in a 14cm plastic nursery pot.