Everything you need to know to begin your journey with CALATHEA’S
Calatheas are some of the most hard to resist indoor plants. Calathea plants are popular as indoor plants. They can be planted in a variety of planters and locations. This means they can be placed in a variety of locations which makes them perfect for indoor plants. calatheas features unique and Gorgeous Attractive leaves and mostly every calathea produces tiny cute blooms. But, ohh Boy! keeping the calatheas happy is a skill that we think every plant parent must know.
Some most popular varieties of Calathea
Calathea prefers medium to the high indirect sun. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight. Long contact with direct sunlight might scorch its leaves .but can tolerate low indirect light.
Regulated watering is the key for healthy calathea, Calatheas prefer all time moist soil but are not too sluggish. Slight higher humidity is what it appreciates the most.
Water every 1-2 times a week. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
This plant suits well with filtered water.
Calatheas features the nastic movement of leaves. They move their leaves from day to night depending on the sunlight pattern. some people relate this phenomenon to sleeping.
☹️Sad Plant Signs-
🚫Leaves turning brown and crispy at the edges:
Thirsty plant, underwatered, or high salt build-up.
🚫Wilting plant, dry potting mix, droopy leaves: Underwatered, or pot-bound
🚫Yellowing leaves or black stems, wet potting mix:
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