Calathea Plant in Ceramic Pot a perfect gift for any occasion or a gift for yourself! Greenery in our living environment benefits our health and well-being, get a gift that grows for your friends and family.
Plant care tips:
- Need soil that holds moisture but is also well draining
- ‘Wet feet’ is probably the major cause of failure when growing zebra indoor plants
- A lack of water, however, will cause leaves to curl
- Plants should be misted several times a week
- Most tropicals plants only need temperatures above 13 Celsius to survive and temperatures around 21 Celsius to thrive
- These plants grow in the shaded understory of the tropics and don’t need strong light. Diffused light should be enough
- As time passes, Calathea plants will also need repotting. This should be done about every two years
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
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We do not accept returns due to the perishable nature of flowers.
1. Replenish the water frequently. Change the water entirely every 2-3 days.
2. Trim at least a half inch of stem off your flowers before you put them in a vase and each time you change the water.
3. Keep your flowers away from heat and bright light.
4. Avoid sitting your flowers besides ripening fruit or vegetables, especially bananas and apples.
5. After you throw out your last arrangement, be sure to wash the vase/container very thoroughly in hot soapy water or, better yet, in your dishwasher.
6. Use “flower food” for most flowers.
7. Use sharp scissors when cutting.