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Calathea Triostar Care Tips
About Calathea Trio Star
Calathea Trio Star, also known as Calathea Concinna Trio Star, is a stunning tropical plant native to South America. Its unique leaves, featuring a blend of white, green, and pink stripes, make it a popular choice for indoor plant enthusiasts. With proper care, Calathea Trio Star can thrive and become a beautiful addition to your home.
How Often Should I Water My Calathea Trio Star?
With easyplant, watering your Calathea Trio Star is simple. all you need to do is check the easyplant reservoir once a month and fill it when empty and you’re all set! If you don’t have an easyplant, remember that Calathea Trio Star prefers moist soil but can quickly become waterlogged if overwatered. Letting the top layer of the soil dry out before watering is essential to prevent root rot. Watering should be done about once a week, depending on your home's humidity levels and the location you chose for your plant.
Calathea Trio Star Light Needs
Calathea Trio Star grows best in a space with bright indirect light, where the sun rays are diffused, and can also adapt to spaces with bright direct light, where the sunlight streams inside directly. Avoid placing it in spaces with low light or spaces without natural sunlight.
Calathea Trio Star Plant Care
Calathea Trio Star requires regular care and attention to thrive. It prefers warm temperatures, ideally between 65°F to 80°F (18°C – 26°C), and high humidity levels. To keep your Calathea Trio Star healthy, you can place it in a humid area like a bathroom or use a humidifier. Calathea Trio Star can also benefit from having its leaves wiped with a damp microfiber cloth to remove any dust or debris.
How Big Will My Calathea Trio Star Grow?
Calathea Trio Star typically grows up to 1-2 feet tall and wide. The plant grows relatively slowly, so don't expect it to take up a lot of space quickly. However, if it is well taken care of, it will continue to grow and spread out over time.
Is Calathea Trio Star Toxic for Pets & Kids?
Calathea Trio Star is non-toxic to both pets and children, making it a safe choice for households with little ones and furry friends.
Troubleshooting Common Problems With Calathea Trio Star
Calathea Trio Star can be prone to pests, such as spider mites and mealybugs, and can also develop brown tips on its leaves if it is not receiving enough moisture. If you notice any signs of pests, treat the plant with neem oil or insecticidal soap. If the leaves start to develop brown tips, increase the humidity levels around the plant or adjust its watering schedule to make sure it is receiving enough moisture. If the leaves start to curl or wilt, it may be a sign of underwatering or overwatering, so adjust the watering schedule accordingly. With proper care and attention, Calathea Trio Star will reward you with its beautiful and unique foliage.