Calatheas, known for their vibrant foliage and unique patterns, are popular tropical plants cultivated for their ornamental value and air-purifying properties.

Light Requirement: Calatheas thrive in bright, indirect light. They prefer filtered sunlight or dappled shade, as direct sunlight can cause their leaves to fade or develop sunburn spots. In low light conditions, their growth may slow, and their foliage may lose some of its vibrancy.

Watering Requirement: Keep the soil consistently moist, but avoid overwatering, which can lead to root rot. Water Calatheas when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch, ensuring that excess water drains away freely. Use lukewarm water to avoid shocking the roots. Maintain a humid environment around the plant by misting its leaves or using a humidity tray.

Mature Size: Depending on the variety, Calatheas typically grow to a height of 1 to 3 feet (30 to 90 centimeters) and spread outwards with their broad, often patterned leaves. Regular pruning of damaged or yellowing leaves helps maintain the plant's overall health and appearance.

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