Calathea lietzei 'White Fusion'

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- Likes medium to bright direct light. Some filtered light is fine, but avoid direct sunlight (especially hot afternoon sun). 
- Water little and often; keep the soil lightly moist but ensure there is good drainage.
- Can be sensitive to tap water; use rain or distilled water if possible. 
- Can benefit from fertiliser during the growing season.
- Remove any browning leaves/waning flowers by cutting at the base of the stem.
- Pet safe.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
i haven't been lucky with calathea but my...

i haven't been lucky with calathea but my gosh this white fusion is really eyecatching! i have been wanting this for a long time and i think im readh for it. it was well packaged when it arrived, just enough moisture for the plant to thrive. the leaves are very pretty with very minimal dryness which is acceptable. i hope it will survive with me

Absolutely brilliant!! Great communication...

Absolutely brilliant!! Great communication, amazing quality

Even more beautiful than I could have hope...

Even more beautiful than I could have hoped for. Brilliant customer service. Will purchase again! Thankyou

Absolutely stunning! So happy with the pla...

Absolutely stunning! So happy with the plant I've received! Would definitely recommend this shop! :)

It is beautiful 🥹🥹🥹was worried it would...

It is beautiful 🥹🥹🥹was worried it would be delayed and the poor thing would wilt in the box but came well wrapped and stunning! My new fave plant and great value for money.

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