A canopy of pixel-patterned leaves sets this Calathea apart from its sisters. Unlike other Calathea, the musaica Network doesn't have the usual velvety purple undertones or discus like prints, and instead focus is drawn to its papery thin foliage. These glossy rippled leaves are almost cybernetic in pattern with its matrix-like variegation, reminiscent of all things sci-fi. Forward thinking foliage for cutting edge architecture.
Going 'round the twist! If the leaves on your calathea have started to curl, your plant needs a drink.
Water or steam! Crispy leaf edges might also be a watering issue as this plant is sensitive to chlorine in tap water. If your plant has plenty of humidity, try using distilled water.
Might that be mites? Calathea are very susceptible to spider mites, which are not usually spotted until it is too late. Routinely check on the underside of leaves to see if there is any webbing along the veining.
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