Medium Calathea Musaica
The Calathea Musaica is also known as the network plant because of its intricate pattern of yellow and green leaves, which are covered in a complex “network” of lines and patterns. These glossy leaves might not be quite as flashy as some of the other calathea cousins, but it’s still a stunning and rather low-maintenance addition to your home. Like other Calatheas, the Leopardina will fold up its leaves at night, and then "bloom" open to greet the sunshine, giving it the nickname “prayer plant.”
CALATHEA MUSAICA CARE
Place the plant near a bright window, but not in the way of the direct sunlight. If you see brown spots or crispy edges to the leaves, move it to a place with less light.
These plants like moist soil, so water when you feel that the top inch or so of the soil is dry. They love humidity, so if you do not have a humidifier, you can put pebbles in a tray and place the pot on top. Any excess water in the soil will drain into the tray and keep the roots humid without adding too much moisture to the soil.
The Musaica can grow to be about 2 feet tall and 2-3 feet wide. Propagation can be done through root division or by separating new shoots from the original pot.