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Calathea Rosy 'baby'
Calathea Rosy 'baby'
Calathea Rosy 'baby'
Calathea Rosy 'baby'

Calathea Rosy 'baby'

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Calathea is photographed in an Eno pot.

The package includes: a plant in a plastic pot.

About the plant:
Calathea or calathea comes from the tropical regions of South and Central America and belongs to bushy plants with thin stems and relatively wide and large leaves. In the rainforest, it forms a dense undergrowth, most often in the shade of tall trees. Calathea together with the genera Marantha , Ctenanthe and Stromanthe form a very similar group of so- called prayer plants . They are called so because they always begin to straighten their leaves towards evening, which can resemble hands folded in prayer. In the morning, they delight and open their leaves again. Kalateas are distinguished from other praying mantises by the fact that their leaves grow curled into cones.

Calathea roseopicta Rosy is characterized by distinctly pink, oval-shaped leaves with dark edging. Shades of leaves can change based on light conditions - the more light, the more clearly the shade goes from deep purple to light pink. From May to August, white-green flowers may appear on the stems or near the leaves of the plant.

Difficulty: Advanced
Cleans the air: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

Approximate height of plant with pot: 20 cm
Diameter of the flower pot: 6 cm

Every plant is different, just like us humans. Please allow for a possible deviation in appearance compared to the product photo.

We wrote more about prayer beads in our article .

  • Overwatering: Too much water can cause root rot, yellowing and leaf drop.
  • Dry air: Due to insufficient air humidity, the leaves of the plant can start to dry from the tips and turn yellow or curl.
  • Burn: Direct light can burn the leaves of the plant, causing dark and dry spots.

svetlo Light

The plant thrives best in a bright location without direct light, it can also tolerate partial shade.

zalivka Watering

Water with lukewarm water. The substrate should never dry out completely, but we pay attention to overflowing.

vzduch Humidity

The plant requires increased air humidity, so we often mist its leaves or place the flowerpot on a bowl of water and pebbles.

mnozeni Propagation

We can propagate the plant by dividing the bunches, for example during transplanting, when we separate a young and mature plant from the mother plant.

problemy Common problems

  • Overwatering: Too much water can cause root rot, yellowing and leaf drop.
  • Dry air: Due to insufficient air humidity, the leaves of the plant can start to dry from the tips and turn yellow or curl.
  • Burn: Direct light can burn the leaves of the plant, causing dark and dry spots.
Calathea Rosy 'baby'

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