Calathea Musaica (Goeppertia Kegeljanii)
*PLEASE NOTE: You will receive the exact plant as pictured
As an ornamental plant, this beautiful evergreen species of Calathea is noted for its light green, oval leaves, with a fine network of patterning resembling tiny mosaics. It is ideal as a houseplant that is very much sought after.
THIS SPECIFIC PLANT:.
CARE: A relatively easy plant to care for but do not allow it to dry out. High humidity will keep the leaves looking their best, but it's not as necessary. Will happily soak up a bit of sun without damage to its leaves although sunny conservatories or a very sunny windowsill may still be a bit too much, but the waxy leaves slow down moisture loss. Feed once a month with half-strength organic plant food. When the stems begin to crowd the pot, pot on or propagate new plants by carefully dividing the plant into a few clumps and planting on
SHIPPING: Shipped via EXPRESS POST with it's pot.
[Due to quarantine restrictions we can't offer these plants to buyers in Tasmania, Northern Territory or Western Australia]
Orders will be shipped on a Monday or Tuesday, with purchases made on Tuesdays after 2pm, sent on the following Monday.
We take appropriate measures to ensure ALL plants are packaged for safe travel, however if your plant is misplaced or damaged by Australia post in transit, we take no responsibility, as this is out of our control.
Additionally, when you purchase LIVE Plants from our store, you, the customer, assume all the risks associated in it's delivery, including but not limited to: the nature of the plant possibly experiencing shock: from travel, and or the weather/season.
Orders that have extra cover, provided by under Australia Post, "may be" eligible for compensation in the event that the plant is damaged in transit, under their Terms and Conditions, as well as discretion. Read more about it on the Australia Post website for "domestic shipping, optional extras" : https://auspost.com.au/business/shipping/domestic-shipping/optional-extras-domestic#extra
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