Calathea White Star Plant

Calathea White Star Plant. Curly or dry leaves suggest, the plant is dry and needs watering. Often mistaken for its relative species, the calathea ornata or the pinstripe calathea, the white star plant has more stripes that almost fill the whole leaf.

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It also resembles the vittata variety. Calathea white star is an exceptionally beautiful variety of calathea that’s native to various regions of south america such as brazil, ecuador, and peru. The calathea white star can tolerate low light but loves humidity.

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Blazing Star Plant

Blazing Star Plant. Missouri boasts nine native species of blazing stars, also called gayfeathers, in genus liatris. The alternate linear leaves are dotted, the lower of which are longer.

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Plant it in loamy soils and ensure there is plenty of sand and gravel in order to guarantee good drainage. It is fine in heat and humidity and doesn’t fret too much in the winter. Liatris blazing star is also accepting of many soil types, including rocky terrain.

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