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Calathea White Star

Original price was: ₹460.00.Current price is: ₹399.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: High-maintenance
  • Special feature : Pet-friendly
  • Watering : Water twice a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

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The Calathea White Star isn’t as velvety purple as its siblings, but it’s just as lovely. The Calathea White Star is a lovely indoor plant with long leaves in a pleasant shade of green and white variegation. It is easy to care for and prefers a warm, humid atmosphere, making it ideal for dark shelves and nooks. Calatheas are the ideal houseplant since they are both pet-friendly and an air purifier.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Fertilize your Calathea with a high-nitrogen fertiliser every three weeks during the summer. A solid NPK ratio of 19:19:19 works extremely well. Feed the plant once every six weeks during the winter.

Repotting :
Repot your Calathea once a year. Select a pot that is one size larger than the previous one. Calatheas can be transmitted by division. Wait until your Calathea has reached a mature size before splitting it. Calathea can also be propagated by stem cuttings.

Typical issues

1. What is causing the browning of my Calathea leaves?

Under-watering and intermittent drying in between watering cycles, as well as excessive fertiliser usage, can cause leaf browning. Water your plant often to keep the potting mix evenly moist. Reduce the frequency and strength of application if the leaf burn is caused by too much fertiliser.

2. Why are the leaves on my Calathea curling?

Calathea leaves curl due to a lack of moisture. Make sure the potting mix is wet but not soggy at all times. Misting Calathea is also beneficial to the plant because it prefers a humid atmosphere.

3.What causes young Calathea leaves to be lighter than older ones?

If your Calathea’s young leaves are lighter green than the old ones, this indicates a lack of nitrogen or iron. Use a nitrogen and iron-rich fertiliser and increase the frequency with which the fertiliser is fed.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements: Calatheas enjoy bright, indirect sunshine. Keep your Calathea away from direct sunlight at all times. Calatheas are known to be temperamental. However, with the correct quantity of water and indirect light, they are a delight.

Locations : Keep your Calathea near an East or North facing window for a full day of indirect light, or in offices, lobbies, cubicles, or meeting spaces.

Styling/decor tip : A single Calathea may completely transform the aesthetic of your house. It adds texture and colour to your minimalist design. You may also arrange several kinds of Calatheas together to create a lovely green nook that is pleasing to the eye. To bring out the variegations in your Calathea’s leaves, choose a monochromatic or metallic planter. Display your Calathea below eye level to see the lovely leaf patterns.

Frequently Asked Questions

When should I water my Calathea?

Water your Calathea twice a week. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy, at all times.

What type of soil does the Calathea need?

Calatheas grow well in any fast draining soil that contains peat and perlite along with a healthy dose of rich organic matter.

Is Calathea an air purifying plant?

Yes, the Calathea is an efficient air purifying plant.

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