Fittonia White Nerve Plant

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Fittonia White Nerve Plant

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Fittonia White Nerve Plant

You love this Fittonia White Nerve Plant as it adds that special ambiance to any room or garden. Fittonia Mini-White Nerve Plant is a beautiful plant with delicately white-veined deep green leaves. This gorgeous shade-loving plant is apt for office desks, balconies, living room corners, terrariums, hanging baskets and tabletop. The Nerve plant is easy to grow and can survive in low light conditions. It grows up rapidly and spreads wide. The leaves of the plant are studded with long white veins giving it a unique look and feel. They look like large succulent leaves with white veins running through them.

  • Botanical Name: Fittonia albivenis
  • Common Names: Nerve Plant
  • Description: The Fittionia is a spreading evergreen perennial with delicately veined, deep-green leaves. Although the most popular vein color is silvery-white, you can also readily find varieties with veins in red, pink, white, and green. Small buds may appear after a time where the stem splits into leaves. Flowers are small with a white to off-white color.

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4" Pot, 6" Pot

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