Calathea Plants are tropical plants, often grown as houseplants for their beautiful, brightly coloured, upright, oval leaves. There are over 300 different types of Calathea Plants, many being hybrids created by tissue cultures. They are not the easiest of the Marantas to care for. Indoors, a Calathea is a table plant or short bush that rarely gets bigger than 60cm tall and wide. Calathea Albertii – Albert’s Prayer Plant – has dark green leaves with light green feathery markings on the main vein

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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