These plants are known for their attractive foilage and have oval shaped leaves with a distinctive variegated pattern on the top side of the leaf.
Maranta is a genus of plants that are often commonly referred to as 'prayer plants' because at night these plants fold their leaves upwards, resembling praying hands.
Prayer plants can also move their leaves regularly throughout the day. They'll position their leaves to receive an ideal amount of light.
Maranta require warm and humid environments to look their best. They prefer moist but not soaked soil at all times. If their soil dries out too much the leaves are likely to brown off and get crispy edges.
(You will receive a plant similar to the ones in the pictures provided sent bare rooted plant. Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour or shape.)