Widely loved for their bold, brightly patterned foliage, calathea are found most often on the forest floor in tropical locales. This means they're able to tolerate partially shady areas in your home and are pretty forgiving. Most calathea plants' leaves will fold up during the dark hours, which reveals the colorful undersides, making them a gorgeous addition to your indoor garden no matter the hour. The concinna features a streaky foliage with contrasting dark and light green coloring. If your calathea leaves begin to brown, that typically means it's being underwatered or needs a more humid environment.
- Calathea concinna plant, potting soil, plastic growers pot
- Set in bright, indirect light. Avoid full sun exposure
- Water once soil becomes dry to the touch.
- Maintain high humidity by misting foliage frequently (especially during the winter months)
- Brown leaves are an indicator of underwater and low humidity
- Plant: USA; Pot: Imported