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Ctenanthe Burle Marxii – 165mm

$15.00

Ctenanthe Burle Marxii is native to Brazil and is also known as the Fishbone Prayer Plant. This plant has striking, elongated leaves with dark green markings on the top and a deep purple underside. Ctenanthe Burle Marxii is known for its unique ability to fold its leaves upwards at night, giving it the nickname “Prayer Plant”.

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Ctenanthe Burle Marxii Care Info

The Ctenanthe Burle Marxii, also known as the Fishbone Prayer Plant, thrives in bright, indirect light making it perfect for a spot near a window in your home.

  • Lighting: Place in bright, indirect light to maintain the vibrant foliage.
  • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • Humidity: Prefers high humidity levels, mist the leaves regularly or use a pebble tray to increase humidity.
  • Temperature: Keep in a warm environment between 18-24°C.
  • Fertilizer: Feed with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-4 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer).
  • Toxicity: Non-toxic to pets, making it a safe plant to have around furry friends.

With proper care and attention, your Ctenanthe Burle Marxii will thrive and add a touch of tropical beauty to your indoor space.

Weight 3.2 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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