Green, lilac, cream, purple... a multicolor plant!
The Calathea 'Triostar' has an incredible foliage with variegated dashes of multicolor tones. No two leaves are the same on this prayer plant!
I have long thin leaves, coloured with shades of green, lilac, cream and purple. Forgive me if I seem a little full of myself.
Key Benefits of the Calathea Triostar
Purifying and Sleep!
Calatheas are wonder plants in terms of our well-being philosophy. They're pro air purifiers, so good for your physical health. They respond to night and day by opening and closing their leaves, so they make the perfect soothing bedtime companion. And they like a little extra care (misting and leaf dusting) which gives you the chance to build a nurturing relationship with your plant.
Plant Care Tips: The Calathea 'Triostar'
The Clalathea Triostar are native to rainforests, so those conditions need to be replicated. Warm, bright (but away from direct sunlight) and moist. Keep the soil moist and let it dry out between waterings. Turning the plant around from time to time will stimulate growth.
The Calathea 'Triostar' Story
Its growth may slow down in the colder months, don’t worry. It will flourish again in the spring.
Where is it from?
Originally from the Amazon rainforest.
Who is the Calathea 'Triostar'?
Part of the Prayer Plant family, it’s also known as Stromanthe Sanguinea Triostar or Calathea sanguinea plant.
Good For You!
Focus: Modern world can sometimes be overwhelming for our brains. Plants that have prominent colours, patterns and textures like the Calathea 'Triostar' can restore mental tiredness and help us focus.
Tranquillity: The fractal patterns also help us calm down and relieve us from the overstimulation of everyday life.
Is The Calathea 'Triostar' The Right Plant For Me?
Some might say that Calatheas Triostar are not for beginners, but we think that with patience and dedication, a new plant parent can raise this plant successfully.
Be sure to follow the correct care instructions and pay attention to any yellowing or crisping leaves, this means that the plant is not receiving the attention it needs.
How tall does it grow? Mature leaves can grow around 5 to 8 inches in length and the height of the whole plant reaches up to 3 feet.
Fact: I am really good at removing toxins and impurities from the air, so I'll help you breathe more easily.