Maranta leuconeura var Lemon Lime plant n1
Marantaceae is very popular genus among plant enthusiasts.
Especially this fishplant Lemon Lime variety specimen with extremely velvet dark foliage.
This rare and beautiful maranta is already super rooted.
It only needs good bright position towards the window with undirect sunlight.
Sun could burn the velvet foliage.
This one has extremely cool veins with foliage colored into dark green and silver spectre.
It loves high humidity or greenhouse but is established by us to even regular living room.
These pictures show the exact plant you will get.
Maranta leuconeura is M sized. It has many bushy undamaged super leaves with growth point.
We also ship to U.S. states and overseas from EU on buyers own responsibility.
Remember that you will get the plant that you see in pictures.
Maranta leuconeura Variegated
Is variegated Maranta rare?
A rare variegated form of the more traditional Prayer Plant. These can be very hard to come by and are a definite treat for the plant collectors out there.
Can prayer plants be variegated?
Most types of prayer plant have variegated foliage, adding to the plant’s overall interest. Prayer plant does produce flowers, but they’re not large or particularly showy. This is a good houseplant to grow for its leaves.
How do you take care of variegated Maranta?
- Sunlight. Thrives in medium to bright indirect light. …
- Water. Water every 1–2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out half way down between waterings. …
- Humidity. Normal room humidity is fine, but it prefers more humidity if possible.
- Temperature. 65°F–85°F (18°C–30°C). …
- Common Problems. …
Is maranta leuconeura kershoveana variegated stable?
Maranta, Sansevieria, and Coleus are all examples of this form of variegation. The cells that make up the leaves create different pigments according to their chromosomal makeup, making this a stable form of variegation.
We classified variegated leaves into five types according to the location, shape, color, and cross-sectional structure of the differently colored leaf areas. These are: I, chlorophyll type; II, air space type; III, epidermis type; IV, pigment type; and V, appendages type.
How do you care for the prayer plant?
Marantas need specific care in order to thrive. They need a consistently warm spot and bright but indirect light – keep them out of direct sunshine. Keep the soil moist from spring to autumn, and provide some humidity by misting the leaves daily or standing on a tray of moist pebbles