Scientific Name: Calathea 'makoyana'
Synonym: Peacock Plant, Cathedral Windows
We think this Calathea spent some time isolated in its natural environment - how else can such a peculiar plant evolve into its current form?
You definitely want to display this beauty in a prime position, or pride of place in a collection. A fern or peacock inspired patterning of purple stripes, set in translucent, silvery foliage.
Keep the soil moist (not waterlogged) at all times. Place in a high humidity environment, such as a bathroom. And give the plant medium to bright indirect light.
Follow these instructions to keep your Calathea Makoyana healthy and happy.
Water: Keep soil evenly moist and do not let it dry out. Be careful however not to overwater.
Light: Medium indirect Light
Humidity: Medium to High Humidity is important, mist regularly
Fertilize: Balanced Liquid Fertilizer every 2 weeks
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