About Your Plant: Also called the prayer plant, their leaves raise and bow their heads, following suit to circadian rhythm.

Light: Bright, indirect light.

Water: If the top one-two inches of soil are dry, it’s time to water! Check the soil every week.

Humidity: High humidity needs. Calathea need a solid misting routine in order to thrive. Signs of a lack of humidity include browning and crisp leaf edges.

Pet Safe!

James Fry