Prayer Plants feature unique foliage with feathered, painterly-like veins. The bold foliage makes Prayer Plants perfect for low light rooms that need a splash of color. Prayer Plants get their name from the way the leaves fold in the evening, resembling hands folded in prayer.
Sway Kween Recommended Care:
Place your Prayer Plant in not so bright indoor light. They prefer part shaded place- too much sun will fade the leaf colors and burn the foliage.
Keep the soil consistently moist when your Prayer Plant is actively growing in spring and summer, but reduce water from fall through late winter. Your Red Prayer Plant does not like its soil to be too wet, nor too dry.
When watering, use lukewarm water and make sure to water the soil, not the leaves. Water sitting on the leaves can cause leaf spot bacteria. They appreciate humidity too!