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Calathea Triostar Plant (Stromanthe)

Calathea Triostar Plant (Stromanthe)

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Calathea Triostar Plant (Stromanthe) – 1 pc


    About Plant- The Triostar Stromanthe (Stromanthe sanguinea) has impressive, full variegate foliage with vibrant shades of pink. It does well indoors and is more commonly grown as a house plant, but it can also be grown outdoors in hot and humid climates. It can also grow in containers. A member of the Prayer plant family, the Triostar folds its leaves up at night, and it can often be confused with the similar Calathea plants.

    Although flowers can develop on this plant in spring when kept outdoors, it's the large, colorful leaves that are its star attraction.


    Calathea Triostar Plant (Stromanthe) Care



    Botanical Name Stromanthe sanguinea
    Common Name Stromanthe Triostar
    Plant Type Tropical perennial
    Mature Size 2 to 3 feet
    Sun Exposure Part sun
    Soil Type Light, well-draining soil
    Soil pH Not too particular, but generally between 6 to 8
    Bloom Time Rarely blooms, but if it does it will be between March and April
    Flower Color White
    Hardiness Zones 10 to 12
    Native Area Amazon jungle in South America


    Light- Triostar likes bright indirect light. Do not keep it in direct sun.


    Soil- Triostar needs a breathable, light and well-draining soil. Although it needs to retain moisture, it shouldn't be too heavy or claggy.


    Water- Ensuring your Triostar gets a consistent and appropriate amount of water is vital. Keeping the soil constantly moist, but not waterlogged, is preferable. In cooler weather, this plant can be kept a little drier. Allowing just the top inch of soil to dry before rewatering usually provides good results.


    Temperature and Humidity- Triostar prefers a humid environment and warm temperatures. It does best in temperatures of around 65°F (18°C) to 80°F (27°C). You can keep your Triostar on a bathroom window.


    Fertilizer- Feeding your Triostar with a diluted, balanced fertilizer every couple of weeks can encourage it to thrive. Make sure the solution isn't too strong or applied too frequently as this can result in root burn.