Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana
Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana is a low but spreading plant most often potted in hanging baskets. It can also be seen growing horizontally over flat surfaces. Its growth is fairly slow, so you don't have to worry about it growing more than you'd want.
Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana is also known as green prayer plant, prayer plant, rabbit's foot, rabbit track.
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How to take care of a Green Prayer Plant
Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana loves not-so-illuminated spots and they can grow under artificial light.
When there isn't enough light, the leaves won't open entirely during the day, and if the light is too strong, it will fade the leaves and in some cases could kill the plant.
You must water your Prayer Plant often to keep the soil moist, but don't over water it or its roots will rot. If your Maranta is in low light conditions, you must water just to don't let the soil dry out. The same in winter.
Yellow-pigmented, spotted, and curled leaves usually indicate under-watering, while limp stems are usually a sign of over-watering, which is most common in winter.
Maranta Leuconeura needs high humidity. If you have a bright bathroom, it would be a great spot to place your Prayer Plant because the steam from the shower will add humidity to the air.
Misting its leaves or group it to other plants are good ways to increase the humidity. Brown tips show that the humidity is too low.
This plant doesn't need much fertilizer; twice per year could be enough. But if you want to boost its growth, feed it with light, half-diluted liquid fertilizer once every two weeks through the growing season.
Don't fertilize in the winter.
- Mist the leaves to increase humidity.
- Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
- Prayer Plants need good drainage soil to don't become soggy.
- Leaves are good indicators of the amount of light.
Videos explaining how to take care of a maranta
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