Calathea orbifolia grows to 3 feet (1 m) tall. The leaves are large and round, striped with pale-silver markings.
Calathea vittata is considered one of the rarer types of Calathea plants.
The plant rarely blooms indoors but the blooms are white with a sweet fragrance.
The plant features velvety foliage with two-toned, green tops and burgundy undersides.
These Calathea varieties prefer bright, indirect light from a North or East-facing window.
The leaves of Calathea lancifolia are variegated green with wavy edges with an underside of purplish-red.
The colorful stripes on the leaves turn white when mature.
Avoid direct sunlight as it will burn the leaves and fade coloring.
Also known as the “network” Calathea, Calathea musiaca features two-toned leaves in an intricate, mosaic pattern.
Most varieties of Calathea rufibarba have two-toned, green leaves. The undersides are deep purple with a fuzzy texture.