Calathea Warsewiczii XL

(1 customer review)


‘Jungle Velvet’

Calathea Warscewiczii is named after Polish Botanist Józef Warszewicz – and it just happens to be my favourite Calathea ever…  (shhh don’t tell the others) If you’ve been around elk + forrest for a wee while then you will know that I am OBSESSED with velvet leaves and this one does velvet leaves very VERY well. It also has the infamous prayer plant purple underside which is likes to show off in the evening. This one is huge and I LOVE her!

Availability: 2 in stock

Light : Calathea are usually pretty good at low light spots but with any plant if you want her to grow big and strong some bright light but never direct will serve her best. We tend to keep our calathea in the shade in the conservatory but at home we give them a little more light and they seem to thrive. 

Water: Moist but not soggy soil will keep your Calathea happy. Water when the top few cms of soil start to dry out. 

Humidity: Misting will keep those gorgeous leaves growing nice and big and will also help with dust build up!

Temperature: Your normal household temperature will keep her happy. 

Food:  You can feed your Calathea in the warmer months.

Toxicity:  Non toxic, so perfect to add to your family home. 

Dimensions 21 × 100 cm

The lower smaller leaves could naturally go yellow and die off to allow the bigger newer leaves to grow so don’t worry too much about that. However, lots of yellow leaves can be a sign of over watering.

Brown crispiness of any kind can be a watering/moisture issue. Make sure your Calathea isn’t in harsh direct sun rays and has lots of moisture.

1 review for Calathea Warsewiczii XL

  1. Jojo (verified owner)

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