1. Because of the environmentally friendly coir it is important that they are in 2 cm. water is shown.
2. Do not put in direct sunlight
3. Do not put in a draft
4. keep at room temperature
5. Fertilize once a month, except during the flowering period
If you stick to this, you will enjoy an exclusive blooming beauty for at least two months.
The plant has finished flowering after 2 to 3 months. It is best to cut out the spent flowers and continue to take good care of the plant. New 'shoots' (new leaves) will then enter the plant. If these are large enough (+ - 10 cm), you can get the plant back into bloom.
First remove the old leaves from the plant. Leave the stems of the leaf, so only the leaf itself. Then place the plant in a somewhat cooler, rather dark place, for example in the bedroom.
Give her little water for ten weeks, but make sure she doesn't go limp. A little bit once a week is enough. After ten weeks the plant will bud again and you can start pampering it again.
Place the Calathea crocata in the light (not full sun), and make sure the soil remains moist. About 9 weeks later, your Calathea crocata Tassmania will bloom beautifully again.