Calathea Rufibara, also known as fuzzy feathers plant or velvet Calathea, is particularly interesting because of the textured, fuzzy feel on the underside of the leaves.
The biggest care requirement for Calatheas is frequent watering. They like moist soil without being too wet or with puddles on the surface.
While other houseplants need only be watered once a week or once every two weeks, water your Calathea every 5 days or so. This will depend on the size of the pot, the season, temperature, and ambient humidity. In the wild, Calatheas are usually found in the shaded and humid forest understory. Replicate these conditions in your own home by placing your velvet Calathea away from direct sunlight.