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Calathea Zebrina | Marantha Zebrina | Goeppertia , Zebra plant

Calathea Zebrina | Marantha Zebrina | Goeppertia , Zebra plant

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Perfect for office desk and gifting.
Plant height with pot is approx 8-10 inches for 4 inches pot and 12-14 inches for 6 inches pot.

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Calathea Zebrina , Zebra plant

Calathea Zebrina, also known as Zebra plant, is a species of perennial plant that belongs to the Marantaceae family. It is native to the rainforests of Brazil and is known for its striking foliage that features bold stripes of dark green and silver. The leaves of the Calathea Zebrina are large, broad and ovate in shape, and grow up to 30-40 cm in length.

The undersides of the leaves are a deep purple color, while the upper surface has light green stripes that resemble zebra stripes. The plant gets its name from these distinctive markings. Calathea Zebrina is a popular houseplant because of its attractive foliage, and it is relatively easy to care for. It prefers bright, indirect light and requires consistent watering to maintain its humidity needs.

Calathea Zebrina can also be sensitive to cold drafts and dry air, so it is best to keep it in a warm and humid environment. It is a great choice for plant enthusiasts who are looking for an eye-catching and low-maintenance plant to add to their indoor plant collection.


  • Use well-draining, nutrient-rich soil.
  • Choose a slightly larger pot with drainage holes.
  • Add a layer of small stones or gravel at the bottom for drainage.
  • Loosen the root ball and remove any dead or damaged roots when repotting.
  • Water thoroughly after potting and keep in a warm, humid environment.
  1. Light: Calathea Zebrina prefers bright, indirect light.
  2. Water: Keep the soil consistently moist, but avoid waterlogging.
  3. Humidity: It requires high humidity levels to thrive.
  4. Temperature: Keep it in a warm environment between 60-80°F (15-27°C).
  5. Soil: Well-draining soil rich in organic matter works best.
  6. Fertilizer: Use a balanced water-soluble fertilizer at half-strength every two weeks during the growing season.
  7. Pruning: Remove any yellow or brown leaves for a better appearance.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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