Beautiful lush foliage in your home
HOW TO GROW CALATHEA HOUSEPLANTs
This bold and beautiful plant requires a little love and attention than most houseplants. While it loves low to medium light, it does love higher humidity areas like a bathroom or kitchen. So make sure to keep it out of direct sun and it’s soil moist (but not soaking wet) and you’ll have a gorgeous looking plant for many years!
Calathea houseplants do well with medium light to low light. No direct sun, which will burn foliage.
Keep soil evenly moist spring through fall. Water less often in winter, allowing the potting medium to dry slightly before watering again.
Calathea houseplants love a peat moss based potting mix.
We suggest Fertilome Ultimate Potting Mix
Feed every 2 weeks spring and summer with a balanced water-soluble fertilizer, diluted by half. In fall and winter, feed monthly.
We suggest Schultz Plant Food Plus
Calathea houseplants like average warmth between 65-85°.
Calatheas are good with average to high humidity.
IS IT PET FRIENDLY?
Calatheas houseplants are some of the few houseplants that are pet friendly.
Calatheas are some of the most beautiful houseplants we carry at City Floral Garden Center. Their fancy foliage is stunning to look at almost like they are a living work of art. Calatheas are perfect for low light households because they don’t need a lot of light to be beautiful.
This Calathea White Fusion has lovely green and white marbling on the leaves with pale purple undersides. The leaves feel like they are hand painted meticulously by an artist. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
This calathea with feathery leaves, this one shows off long, narrow dark green foliage striped in hot pink. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
Rattlesnake plant bears long, narrow mid-green leaves edged and spotted in dark green. The undersides of the leaves are a rich purple-red. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
Misto Calathea is an elegant hybrid that features mid-green leaves feathered with light-green variegation in the center. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
Peacock calathea shows off dark green leaves with light green feathering, giving it something of a stained glass appearance. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
A classic variety, Medallion foliage is like a living party! The dark green leaves are flushed and banded with silver and emerald green. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
Calathea BEAUTY STAR
The Beauty Star Calathea bears dark green leaves with bright green feathering and bright pink stripes. Excellent for tabletops, floor plants or on low plant stands.
HOUSEPLANTS TO PAIR WITH CALATHEA
SANSEVIERIA – Sansevierias are easy to grow and is nearly indestructible; they will thrive in either very bright light or almost dark corners of the house. An ideal container plant, it is excellent in a grouping and will grow equally well on the floor or on tabletop displays. Perfect for any office building or home with little of florescent lighting.
PHILODENDRONS – Philodendrons are the classic houseplant that nearly everyone has encountered at some point in their life. It’s practically a no-fail houseplant because of how easy it is to take care of. You can grow philodendrons just about anywhere. They can be grown in a hanging basket, up a trellis, or simply a standard pot.
DRACAENA – Dracaenas are houseplants you can’t go wrong with because there are about 120 different varieties and they are all easy to grow and take care off. They also come in a variety of sizes to fit any area of the home or office.
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