Rattlesnake plant, with its long leaves and eye-catching design, ought to be a staple in your collection of prayer plants.
ALSO KNOWN AS
Rattlesnake Calathea, Rattlesnake Plant, Prayer Plant
Provide a uniformly moist environment in a well-drained, peaty potting mixture at room temperatures between 65- and 75-degrees F in settings with little to no direct sunlight or strong shade for the greatest results while growing indoors.
Full light, draughts, or abrupt temperature changes are all harmful to rattlesnake plants.
How to grow -
Keep the soil regularly moist, but not waterlogged, and set your plant in bright indirect light for the best care of your rattlesnake plant.
Plants need sunshine, permeable soil, 65°F (18°C) to 85°F (30°C) temperatures, and high humidity levels.
Always keep the soil just barely damp. Once the top inch of soil begins to dry up, water. Each time, make sure to completely drain any surplus water.
It works well to mix one part perlite or similar suitable drainage supplement with two parts peat or coco coir. These pre-made Calathea blends are excellent.
18° to 30 ° Celsius
While you are actively growing, fertilize every 2-4 weeks. This balanced fertilizer is best used at half the specified strength, in my opinion.
It is preferable to use a weaker preparation more sparingly than a small bit frequently. will not put up with excessive fertilization.
It develops insignificant, short spikes with white or yellow blooms that rise up from the ground.
As needed, remove any damaged or dead leaves.
We send all the succulents bare rooted/without soil. Because with soil there are chances of root rot.
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