Commonly known as: prayer plant
It's called prayer plant because of the way in which their leaves fold together following the removal of bright light - a behavior called nyctinasty. These plants are closely related to Calathea genera, and have the same striking variegated leaves.
Bright indirect light, but no direct sun. Sun will fade the beautiful markings on the leaves.
Prefers high humidity and moist soil. Regular small amounts of water is ideal, but be careful not to drown the plant.
These plants need some care
Safe for cats and dogs
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