Maranta Amagris Prayer Plants has unique foliage with feathered, painterly-like veins. Because of the plants tendency to drop or pray at night it is also known as a 'Prayer Plant'.
Prayer Plants belonging to the members of genus Maranta, to which genus Calathea is closely-related to, which is why the both are considered to be 'Prayer Plants'. The most popular prayer plant in cultivation is the Maranta leuconeura which produces rosmarinic acid, an active component of rosemary that gives it the characteristic rosemary scent, try smelling one the next time you come across a Maranta.
The bold foliage makes Prayer Plants perfect for window sills, mantles, or shelves that need a splash of colour.
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