Origin name: Ctenanthe Oppenheimi
If you’re feeling lonely or appreciate a lively company, this plant is your friend. In response to changes in temperature and humidity, the leaves change position. It often goes from being majestic and proud to bending its crown and looking sad. Although mood swings can be annoying for some, the plant will capture you with its beauty and make you forget all about it. The patterned leaves are enriched with such detail, you might confuse it for being a work of art by first sight.
How to care for it:
This beauty don’t do too well in the sunlight. High humidity, warm temperatures and lots of water is essential to its well-being. The plant should be moist at all times, but never wet. Regular, small amounts of water is what we recommend and regular misting of the leaves. Feed every two weeks during growing season with a houseplant fertilizer. Don’t feed during winter and we recommend you don’t use a leaf shine product of this plant. If you’re looking to repot, once a year during spring or summer in fresh potting soil would fit its needs.