Ctenanthe Setosa Grey Star
Ctenanthe Setosa Grey Star
Ctenanthe Setosa Grey Star
Ctenanthe Setosa Grey Star

Ctenanthe Setosa Grey Star

$58.00

$64.00

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Pot diameter - 20cm. Total height – 60cm
Pot diameter - 25cm. Total height – 80cm
Position
Ctenanthe burle-marxii do best throughout the year in bright filtered light (a translucent curtain is a useful filter). Direct sunlight can cause the leaves of these plants to curl up.
Watering
During the active growth period water moderately, enough to moisten the potting soil throughout and allow the top centimetre or so (0.5 inch)  of the soil to dry out before watering again. During the midwinter rest period water much more sparingly, giving enough to keep the mixture from drying out completely.
Temperature
Normal room temperatures are generally suitable for Ctenanthe burle-marxii which cannot tolerate temperatures below 13oC. It is a good idea to stand the pots of Ctenanthe burle-marxii on trays or saucers of damp pebble to humidify the air around the plant.
Humidity
High humidity is very important. If the air is dry, place your Ctenanthe on a pebble tray filled with water. Be sure the plant is sitting on the pebbles and not in the water.
Fertiliser
Fertilize monthly in the spring and summer diluting the plant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. Fertilize every other month in the fall and winter. Never feed a Ctenanthe immediately after repotting, wait at least 6 weeks.
Pet-friendliness
A Ctenanthe plant is slightly poisonous, although it is often listed as non-toxic. It may cause individual allergic reactions. The ASPCA states that it is not poisonous to dogs and cats.
Shipping
Melbourne metro areas, postcode range 3000 - 3207 (exclude 3063, 3099, 3139).
 

Please call 0430 052 582 

or 

Email: info@foliahouse.com.au

Product size

Pot diameter - 20cm. Total height – 60cm
Pot diameter - 25cm. Total height – 80cm

Care instruction

Position
Ctenanthe burle-marxii do best throughout the year in bright filtered light (a translucent curtain is a useful filter). Direct sunlight can cause the leaves of these plants to curl up.
Watering
During the active growth period water moderately, enough to moisten the potting soil throughout and allow the top centimetre or so (0.5 inch)  of the soil to dry out before watering again. During the midwinter rest period water much more sparingly, giving enough to keep the mixture from drying out completely.
Temperature
Normal room temperatures are generally suitable for Ctenanthe burle-marxii which cannot tolerate temperatures below 13oC. It is a good idea to stand the pots of Ctenanthe burle-marxii on trays or saucers of damp pebble to humidify the air around the plant.
Humidity
High humidity is very important. If the air is dry, place your Ctenanthe on a pebble tray filled with water. Be sure the plant is sitting on the pebbles and not in the water.
Fertiliser
Fertilize monthly in the spring and summer diluting the plant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. Fertilize every other month in the fall and winter. Never feed a Ctenanthe immediately after repotting, wait at least 6 weeks.
Pet-friendliness
A Ctenanthe plant is slightly poisonous, although it is often listed as non-toxic. It may cause individual allergic reactions. The ASPCA states that it is not poisonous to dogs and cats.
Shipping
Melbourne metro areas, postcode range 3000 - 3207 (exclude 3063, 3099, 3139).
 

Questions?

Please call 0430 052 582 

or 

Email: info@foliahouse.com.au