PLANT CARE ( Calathea Louisae )
|When growing, the optimal temperature range is 65 ° F to 85 ° F.|
|Calathea Louisae plant prefers bright indirect sunshine.|
|This plant prefers high levels of humidity, ideally 90%.|
|This plant prefers slightly wet soil and frequent watering and potting soil.|
Always be sure to assess the Calathea Louisae plant’s watering needs upon receiving it. Before you give your plant a drink, check the moisture level in the soil to make sure it isn’t wet directly under the surface. Consider rehydrating your plant’s soil before watering it for the first time. Calathea loves soil that is regularly moist but not soggy at all times. When the top soil becomes dry, your plant is ready for watering. You may notice browning, yellowing, or curled leaves if you allow the soil to dry out too much. Additionally, rotate your plant on a regular basis to guarantee even growth on all sides, and dust the leaves frequently to allow the plant to absorb sunlight properly. Moreover, take advantage of the chance to dust the leaves to inspect the undersides and look for bugs.
Potting soil should be wet, loose, well-draining, and nutrient-rich. Simply apply a balanced houseplant fertilizer to your plant. To be safe, dilute the fertilizer to half its advised level. Calathea Louisae is most often propagated by dividing. It should be repotted at least once a year in the spring. However, it does not require regular pruning. However, if you notice any dying or damaged leaves, trim them. Aphids, fungus gnats, scales, thrips, spider mites, and mealybugs are the most frequent pests.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the real plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in a Plastic Pot Not The One Shown in The Picture.