It's perfectly okay to drool a little when you first look at this ridiculously breath-taking calathea. Not the easiest indoor plant to get an "A" in, but you might find yourself revisiting its beauty if you fail the first time. Been there, done that! Calathea Stella needs extra humidity to rock its arena. Keep an eye on its foliage and watch for leaf browning. If this happens, then it is time to increase the humidity. Propagation of this plant is prohibited by law.
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- Small11"-14" in height measured from bottom of 4" diameter grow pot (sizes may vary)
- Large8"-11" in height measured from bottom of 6" diameter grow pot (sizes may vary)