Well drained soil with equal parts potting mix and peat/perlite works great
Neutral to alkaline
Zone 10-12; grown as a houseplant in all climates
Amazon Rainforests in South America, principally Brazil
Toxicity/ Pet Friendly
Non-Toxic and Pet Safe
Calathea's are one of our most loved plants, they are known as Prayer Plants and are a bit temperamental needing the right mixture of humidity and indirect lighting. They are also great as they are pet safe and non-toxic.
Pink triostar calathea also known as Stromanthe sanguinea is native to the Brazilian rainforests. They belong to the family of Prayer plants. This tropical houseplant has striking green leaves with variegated strokes of pastels and an underside of pink making it a visual stunner. One of the common problems for Calathea Stromanthe Triostar plant is the yellowing or browning of leaves which can be caused due to over or underwatering. To maintain the balance and moisture levels of the soil. Water when the top layer of soil has dried out to ensure that the soil is neither too wet nor too dry. Growing in the natural habitat of rainforests, the ‘Tricolor plant’ will thrive in a humid environment and we recommend you to mist it frequently.
Available in the following packaging based on your preference:
Nursery Pot - Standard plastic 6-inch planter pot that can be placed inside a larger pot or left as is until it outgrows it.
If your plant needs added humidity ourPlant Misterwould make a perfect addition to your plant shelf for both function and beauty.
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Our plants are shipped from our indoor greenhouse in South Florida. Please note all our plants are one of a kind and if you want to message us we can send you a picture of the exact one you will receive. The product image here is intended to be the best representation of what you can expect to receive but yours may have slightly less or more growth depending on the crop we have when your order is placed. Any lifestyle pictures are meant to demonstrate how a fully grown or more mature plant looks for you to get a sense of it in your space.