Shining bright amongst the Calathea family, the White Star is distinguishable by its striking patterning. Similar to the Sanderiana, this Calathea has luscious green, broad glossy leaves with white, fish-bone-like stripes washed in pinky hues and is underpinned with a deep velvety purple backdrop.
Calethea majestica is one of the larger Calathea varieties available and makes a fantastic statement houseplant.
White striped wonder! If you notice these wonderful pinky stripes completely fading to white, the plant is receiving too much sunlight. Move to a more shaded location.
What's got you down? Leaf droop happens naturally during the day, they then sit more upright at night, however if leaf droop is combined with dry air and soil, the plant needs more water and humidity.
Dinner time! Fertilising your plant every three months during the growing season with a liquid fertiliser will keep your plant colourful and vibrant. It will also encourage faster growth!
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