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Calathea bella Musaica 125mm

$11.00

Calathea bella Musaica, also known as the Network Calathea, is native to the tropical regions of South America. This plant is characterized by its striking mosaic-like pattern on its leaves, resembling a network of veins. The Calathea bella Musaica is known for its unique ability to move its leaves in response to light, opening up during the day and closing at night. This plant is a popular choice for indoor gardens due to its beautiful foliage and low maintenance requirements.

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Calathea Bella Musaica Care Info

Calathea Bella Musaica is best suited for indoor environments with bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight as it can scorch the leaves.

  • Lighting: Place in a spot with bright, indirect light
  • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged
  • Humidity: Requires high humidity levels, mist the leaves regularly or use a humidifier
  • Temperature: Thrives in temperatures between 18-24 degrees Celsius
  • Fertilizer: Feed every 2-4 weeks during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer
  • Toxicity: Non-toxic to pets, safe to have around cats and dogs

With the proper care, your Calathea Bella Musaica will thrive and add a touch of tropical beauty to your indoor space.

Weight 1.5 kg

Local Delivery Info

This plant will be delivered as it is shown in the photos. Currently, we are limiting delivery to Sydney, Canberra and select areas in between, this allows us to hand-deliver the plants in their nursery container with potting mix as shown in the images. All plants are guaranteed to be delivered in 100% healthy condition. Plants can vary in size and colour based on the growing conditions and season. The plant you receive may be smaller or larger than the plant in the images. It may also be displaying different colours or attributes.

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