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Calathea Yellow Fusion

Original price was: ₹600.00.Current price is: ₹299.00.

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

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The Calathea Yellow Fusion is a tropical rain forest sweetheart that is truly stunning and ideal for medium-lit interior areas. The lance-shaped leaves are variegated in lime green and soft yellow, nearly like the greatest work of a master artist. It performs well in indirect light and high humidity, and it is also safe for your four-legged buddies.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the Yellow Fusion a rich compost and a well-balanced water-soluble fertiliser every 15 to 20 days throughout its growing months of spring and early summer, when new leaves are budding.

Repotting :
Repot your Yellow Fusion in a bigger pot with compost rich soil once a year or when it outgrows its current pot. Keep the soil wet but not waterlogged, and spray often to maintain moisture and minimise leaf burn throughout the hot months. Calatheas may be reproduced by separating the rhizome in the spring or summer. Before taking the cutting, the plant should be of sufficient size.

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 the yellowing of Calathea leaves?

Yellowing leaves indicate overwatering. Check the soil and roots if you find yellow leaves. Reduce the frequency of watering if it becomes too mushy to avoid root rot.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements: Calatheas love bright indirect sunshine, but direct sunlight causes them to burn and finally die.

Locations : Calatheas are known to be temperamental. However, with the correct quantity of water and sunlight, they can be grown extremely simply inside. Keep your Calathea near a window or on a shaded or north-facing balcony where it will receive enough indirect light. Well-lit areas in offices, lobbies, cubicles, or meeting rooms are all excellent settings.

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 put several species of Calatheas together in separate planters to create a green corner with stunning variegations and rich pigmented colour tones ranging from deep purple to bright lime green that is pleasant to the sight. For the Calathea, we propose a lighter monotone or our gold metallic planters.

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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