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How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Calathea Makoyana Indoors

Posted By planetnatural on Home - If you’re looking for the perfect tropical houseplant to add to your indoor garden collection, this plant is just for you. Prayer plants are among the most popular houseplants in your local garden center, and the calathea makoyana is no exception. Do you have your eye on this plant but are still trying to decide whether you should get it? This guide will teach you everything you need to know about calathea makoyana care. Botanical Name: Calathea Makoyana  Common Name: Peacock Plant, Cathedral Windows  Family: Marantaceae Plant Type: Evergreen, Herbaceous, Perennial  Hardiness Zones: 10 – 11, USA Sun Exposure: Partial Sun, Full Shade Soil Type: Moist but well-drained Soil pH: Acid, Neutral, Slightly Alkaline  Height:  Up to 4 ft. tall  Bloom Time: Anytime, but flowers are small  Flower Colors: White Native Area: Brazil What’s a Calathea Makoyana? Like the peacock prayer plant, calathea makoyanas are members of the family Marantaceae. Although this plant can be naturally found all over South America, Brazil (specifically in the Espirito Santo state) holds the undisputed record for this plant’s presence. Also known as the peacock plant, Calathea makoyana is a beautiful evergreen perennial with big oval leaves on long thin stems. This plant’s leaves sprout from the central rhizome and have dark... Read more

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