Calathea 'makoyana' is easily one of my favorite calathea's with a super unique leaf pattern that looks like it got illuminated when the sunlight is bright. It is truly heck of a stunner of a plant, whether you have them as house plants or plant them in your landscape. Some calathea's prefer low light while others can take bright light as long as it's moist and humid environment. In the landscape we use calathea's as understory plants of tree and palm canopy's and in an area that does not get direct sunlight. They grow really well around the edges of a pond or water feature as they get the mist of moving water. In my opinion 'makoyana' is one of the hardiest calatheas that we can grow in the landscape here in South Florida. It can take small amounts of full sun without drying out, stunting the growth or getting burned.
These plants are super full in an 8 inch pot.
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