Facts and details about the Calathea White Fusion.
Specifications, tips and information
About the Calathea White Fusion
The Calathea White Fusion plant originates from the tropical rainforests of South America. In these rainforests, the plants grow in the shade of trees and other large plants. The houseplants therefore do not need many hours of sun and can survive well in the shade. In the evening, the Calathea folds its leaves. In the morning, the leaves will open again in response to the sunlight.
Care and tips for the Calathea White Fusion
The Calathea is a tropical houseplant that does not require much care. Place the plant in the shade, without direct sunlight The Calathea longs for a high humidity. Therefore keep your distance from radiators and avoid drafts. The Calathea likes to be in a warm room.
Watering this exclusive plant
Give this plant a little lukewarm water 2 to 3 times a week. The soil should always be slightly moist. Several times small amounts of water that a layer remains at the bottom of the pot, which can cause root rot. By spraying the leaves you ensure a higher humidity around the plant. If the leaves hang or curl, this is a sign of a shortage of water. If this is the case, it is best to water the plant more / more often.
The Calathea White Fusion and light requirement
This houseplant does not like direct or too much sunlight. Place the Calathea in the shade without direct sunlight. Too much sunlight is harmful to the plant and will lead to brown leaves.
Is this plant toxic?
This plant is not a poisonous houseplant. Partly due to the large leaves, this houseplant is very good at converting CO2 into oxygen and purifying the air. We do recommend that you do not consume this plant or process it in food.
How is my Calathea White Fusion shipped?
This exclusive plant is delivered in a cultivation pot. Special shipping boxes are designed for all our plants. The house plants stand firmly in the box and cannot go anywhere, so that they can be neatly delivered to your home.