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Calathea Dottie

Calathea Dottie



Plant Height:

Small: 5 to 7 inches min. of 4 leaves
Medium: 5 to 7 inches min. of 8 leaves
Large: 5 to 7 inches min. of 12 leaves
XLarge: 5 to 7 inches min. of 16 leaves

Pot Diameter:

Small: 5 to 6 inches
Medium: 5 to 6 inches
Large: 7 to 8 inches
XLarge: 7 to 8 inches

Watering Schedule

Twice to thrice a week

Sunlight Needed

Bright to Medium Light

Care Difficulty



Calathea Dottie has a beautiful black foliage with pink stripes. Calatheas in general has thin stems as compared to other plant varieties but this can grow up to 3 ft high.


The origin of Calathea plants comes from the wildernesses of the Amazon in South America, in concealed zones underneath thick vegetation or exceptionally tall trees. Calatheas or Maranta gets their nickname of ‘Prayer Plant’ in view of a cycle called nyctinasty. During the day, their leaves open to get daylight, and around evening time overlay upwards, as though they are “supplicating”. There is a specific joint found in the stem of Calatheas that permits them to open and close for the duration of the day.

Care guide

This Calathea for sale in Manila flourishes best in bright indirect sunlight where they can have optimum growth. Direct sunlight may make it lose its tones. Besides, it can also burn your plant’s leaves or your Calathea may fold its leaves attempting to shield itself from brutal direct daylight.

The suggested watering schedule for the Calathea Pinstripe is once to two times a week or when the top 2 to 3 inches of the soil has dried out. This indoor plant in Manila loves its soil moist, however not soggy. So make sure not to let it stay with standing water. While it’s fine to use tap water, lukewarm rainwater or distilled water has great advantages for this plant too. Drooping Calatheas may mean that it needs watering already. Meanwhile, browning and yellowing in their leaves may be due to inconsistent watering. But always remember that an underwatered plant is easier to revive than an overwatered one


This Calathea Dottie for sale in Manila can be best propagated through the division method when repotting. Take out the plant from its soil and you’ll see that the roots are all tangled up together. Simply separate the stems carefully with your hands and plant them in individual pots. Make sure that the sections’ roots are still intact, and that they’re cared for as you would with a normal Calathea. Rooting should take place in about a month or so!

Calathea Dottie


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