The Maranta Leuconeura Fascinator has vivid red veins in a fishbone structure running throughout its leaves. And just like the Calathea, the Maranta folds its leaves as night falls, thus giving it the name 'Prayer Plant'.
Plant Care - Maranta Leuconeura Fascinator
Light: Place your Maranta Leuconeura Fascinator under bright, indirect sunlight and avoid direct sunlight as it will cause its leave to scorch and dry up. High temperatures can also cause its leaves to turn brown. Thus, we advise placing your Maranta somewhere with good ventilation and airflow.
Water: Allow the top surface of the soil to dry up between watering the plant. We recommend watering it once a week. The Maranta enjoys higher humidity levels, so when the weather gets hot, give it the occasional water mist it deserves.
Fertiliser: Feed your plant with a houseplant fertiliser at half strength once every two weeks during its growing season.
Humidity Requirement: Medium to High
Fun Facts about the Maranta genus: Did you know? Like the Calatheas, the Marantas are also known as the Prayer plants. They fold their leaves up during the night, resembling praying hands! And when the morning comes, they open up their leaves to start the day. In the wilderness, Maranta grows on the floor of rainforests where the environment is humid and not much direct sunlight shines through. In other words, a similar setting is needed for them to thrive when they are grown indoors.
Plant Size: Approx. 20cmH
Rootball Size: 12cmØ x 8.5cmH
Pot type: The plant comes in a brown landscape pot with drainage holes.
* Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from the photo.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing a matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.