Calathea Musaica 'Network' is a member of the prayer plant family. The dramatic green-on-green patterned leaves resemble electrical circuits or mosaic tiles. As the plant matures, it will send additional shoots out to fill out the pot and become a clump of small plants.
This plant prefers lower light - high light can cause the pattern to turn yellow or white, or cause discoloured patches on the leaves. Water regularly and ensure this plant is not allowed to dry out, or leaves may become damaged or die off. This plant loves extra humidity.
4" tropical indoor houseplant
Grown in Timmins
Pro-Mix & Perlite soil mixture - repot in 1-2 years when the pot looks full, but be careful with the delicate roots. This quick-growing plant likes to be regularly fertilized.