Calathea white star! This one has awesome striped white and pink leaves and are nice a big. Calathea can be a little fussy so you may need to take some time to get to know each before you are both happy.
Care: Getting the light right for your Calathea may be a little challenging you might have to experiment a little to find the perfect spot. They can tolerate light shade but I find they prefer more of brighter conditions. Direct sun will burn and fade your leaves, they will also start to curl inwards if too hot or too cold. Keep the soil moist at all times but not soggy. Providing your Calathea with a good level of humidity can really help them flourish also help stop their tips from going brown and crispy! You can help raise the humidity by misting regularly, placing your plants on a moist pebbles tray also grouping your plants closer together or even a humidifier.
Size: Pot Diameter 12cm - Total height is approximately 40-50cm
Toxicity: Considered non-toxic to humans and pets.
Difficulty: So so Easy
Feeding: General, the majority of houseplants should be fed every 2nd watering during the growing season (Spring and Summer), for me, it's about which every 14 days. In autumn and winter, I feed less, as indoor plants will require fewer nutrients.