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Calathea Makoyana (Cathedral Windows)

Original price Dhs. 60.00 - Original price Dhs. 130.00
Original price
Dhs. 60.00
Dhs. 60.00 - Dhs. 130.00
Current price Dhs. 60.00
Size: 20cm - 30cm (Pot: 11cm)
  • Description
  • Plant Care
  • More Information
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  • The Calathea Makoyana is native to the Brazilian rainforest and a proud winner of Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. A darling of home gardeners for decades now, its popularity still tops the chart owing to its air purifying and pet friendly nature. The leaves are almost translucent with the top variegations reflected on the underside in purple, earning it the name Cathedral Windows.

    Calathea makoyana is a tropical plant with decorative foliage. Maranta have some of the most beautiful, most decorative leaves in the plant kingdom. Although the leaves may seem to rise directly from the root stock, they are normally connected to short multi-trunked or clumping stems. Flowers may be seen peeping through pale green bracks on mature plants, but they are insignificant. They are white and appear periodically throughout the year.

  • Sun Light
    Calathea makoyana dislike direct sunlight. If exposed to direct light, their leaves will fade in color intensity and often develop blotches or patches.
    Water
    During the growth season, water frequently and never allow potting soil to dry out.. However, to avoid fungal problems, try not to get water directly on the leaves or let it sit.
    Soil
    A rich, peat-based potting soil with excellent drainage is beneficial.
    Temperature
    15 - 30°C
    Fertilizer
    Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season. Cut fertilizer back to once a month or so in the winter.
  • Common Problems

    1. Calathea leaves are turning brown

    Under-watering and excessive use of fertiliser both can lead to browning of leaves. Water your plant less frequently and reduce the amount of fertiliser you use if this problem occurs.

    2. Why does my Makoyana have a limp stem?

    Limp stem is an indication of over-watering or very cold temperatures. Move your Calathea to a warmer spot and water it less frequently.

    3. Why is my Calathea Makoyana drooping?

    Drooping of the leaves can be caused by over-watering or exposure to cold temperatures. Make sure you fix your watering schedule and move your plant to a warmer spot.

  • The image shown is for reference purpose only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height etc. and Plants will be delivered in plastic pots unless different Pot options are selected by the customer explicitly.

    All information here provided in good faith, however we make no representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information on the site.