#marantamonday because this is love... those little rabbit tracks and white splashes!
This is definitely one of my most rewarding plants!
#marantaleuconeurakerchoviana variegatedRabbit's Tracks Plant
Grow prayer plant in low, medium, or bright light. In bright light, it's best to protect the leaves from direct sun by using a sheer curtain or other filter.
Water prayer plant just before the soil surface dries. This hardy indoor plant is likes to stay relatively moist (but not sopping wet all the time). Its leaves can start to turn brown if it dries out too much or too often.
Prayer plant doesn't need much fertilizer; just once or twice a year (preferably in spring or summer) is enough to keep it healthy. You can certainly fertilize it more frequently if you wish. Use any fertilizer formulated for indoor plants and follow the directions on the packaging.
Prayer plant prefers above-average humidity levels, but typically grows well in most homes. If your home's air is especially dry in winter, boosting humidity around your prayer plant will make it happier.
I hereby declare Marble Queen Pothos as a poor person’s Monstera Variegata. 🌿👸
For a super common houseplant, I actually admire her. The particular split variegation of this one reminded me of my Monstera. But I know in the wild, mature specimens can grow splits as they climb on trees and walls. So that’s why I declare it as such. Does it count for #MonsteraMonday or is it too much of a stretch? 🙈😂
These two pothos plants were slow growing in their pots, now I’ve had them in water for months and they’ve started trailing so beautifully. Now I don’t know if I ever wanna put them back in their pots 😆
No picture can give this lady justice! Alocasia cuprea ‘red secret’ has iridescent deep red leaves and looks like a dragon scale! Currently a few are available in the shop. Visit us Wednesday to Saturday 12-19 at Allerstr11 and Friday- Sunday at @markthalleneun this weekend only!