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Rattlesnake plant | Calathea Lancifolia

Rattlesnake Plant | Calathea Lancifolia Care Guide

Goeppertia Insignis, commonly known as Calathea Lancifolia or Rattlesnake plant, is a unique houseplant that originates from Brazil. It has distinctive deep green colored leaves shaped like spears. The plant gets the nickname of Rattlesnake plant due to the characteristic…

Calathea Orbifolia | Roundleaf Plant

Calathea Orbifolia | Orbit Peacock Plant Care Guide

The Calathea Orbifolia or Round Leaf Calathea is a beautiful but challenging plant to take care of. It has large round leaves with silver-colored stripes. The plant is so appealing and plant admirers cannot resist buying this bounty. Keeping the…

Calathea Ornata | Pinstripe Calathea

Calathea Ornata Pink | Pinstripe Calathea Care Guide

The Calathea Ornata is a beautiful but challenging plant with pink stripes on its large green leaves. It can be tricky to care for these tropical plants at times. Calathea Ornata, also known as Pinstripe Calathea, has colorful patterned leaves…

Calathea Roseopicta Medallion

Calathea Medallion Roseopicta Care Guide

Calathea Medallion Roseopicta is a well-admired houseplant that requires little care to be beautiful. The distinctive feature of Calathea Medallion’s charm is its large and oval green leaves. The green foliage of this Calathea has purple undersides. Calathea Medallion will…

Calathea Rufibarba | Furry Feather Calathea

Calathea Rufibarba | Velvet Calathea Care Guide

The Calathea Rufibarba, also known as Furry Feather Calathea, is an exotic plant native to the Amazon rainforests. The plant is famous for its bright green leaves with purple undersides. The long, slender leaves transition from light green when young…