Calathea vittata is a stylish and classic houseplant with bright green and white herringbone stripes on its foliage and delicate, pointy tips. This plant is tolerant of low light and makes a subtle, sophisticated statement in any home. It prefers medium to bright indirect light and, like many other prayer plants, its leaves may open and close throughout the day.
To keep your Calathea vittata healthy, be sure to provide it with high humidity and moist soil. Avoid overwatering the plant, and only water it again once the soil has dried out halfway. With proper care, this low-light tolerant indoor plant will thrive.