Calathea Concinna

Description

The Calathea Concinna, also known as a Calathea “Freddie” is a tropical plant native to the northwestern regions of Brazil.

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Calathea Concinna Care

Overview

Humidity
More than 70%
Light
Low
Soil
Mix soil
Temperature
15 - 24
Watering
Medium

Humidity

Like many tropical indoor plants, your Calathea Concinna prefers a spot with ample humidity. Brown edges on the leaves indicate the air is too dry. Mist the leaves twice per week with room temperature water.

Light

Your Calathea Concinna will do best in medium to low indirect light. Never allow this plant to receive direct sunlight, the leaves will burn.

Soil

A peat based potting mix is required. 2 parts peat and 1 part perlite is one mixture that will be fine.

Temperature

Your Calathea Concinna prefers average room temperatures from 60-80 degrees. They are sensitive to cold drafts and blowing heat during the winter months, so keep them away from windows and heaters for best results.

Watering

During the winter months it is important to keep the plant watered but do allow the top soil to dry out in between watering's. Water when the soil begins to dry or keep the top soil moist in warmer months.

Fertilizing

Use a balanced liquid feed to encourage the foliage to look healthy and more attractive. Feed once a month from April - August.

Propagation

Calathea Concinna plants are propagated by plant division.