Calathea Orbifolia is one of the largest calathea varieties. Typically these plants stay relatively small, calathea orbifolia can grow to a height of a couple feet. The leaves are large ovals topping out at nearly a foot in size, too.
But what makes the leaves so stunning isn’t necessarily just their size and shape—it’s their coloring. They are striped with a light green and silver on the top, and they have a very light and airy look.
Water Requirements: Moderate water in well-drained soil. This plant does not like to dry out completely between waterings.
Sun Exposure: Light to Medium Indirect Light
Height: 36" tall by 24" wide
Spacing: 24" apart
Hardiness: Zones 9-11
Danger: Plants are non-toxic
Propagation Method: Separation of yound plants