This beauty always takes home the crown! The Maui Queen Calathea is sure to be a queen in your home with insanely gorgeous foliage, plus it's pet-friendly.
Light: Bright indirect light to medium light, but no direct sun.
Water: Stick your finger about an inch or two into the soil, if the soil feels dry--it’s time to water. If the soil feels wet, don’t water. Keep the soil moist, but not wet, as it is prone to rot.
Humidity: Requires moist air. Set pot on a tray of wet pebbles or use a room humidifier. Mist leaves frequently with room-temperature water.
Caution: Keep away from cold drafts.
Small: 4” W x 4” H plastic nursery planter
Medium: 6” W x 6” H plastic nursery planter
Large: 8” W x 8” H plastic nursery planter
Binomial name: Calathea Louisae
Natural Air Purifier: Yes