The Ctenanthe Setosa has gorgeous, round foliage with a distinctive grey-green top and a purple underbelly. Related to the calathea family, they are often called "prayer plants" because their circadian rhythm prompts them to raise and lower their leaves from day to night (called nyctinasty).
Brightness: Tolerates some low light. Prefers medium light.
-Sun Exposure: Indirect sunlight or dappled sun. Cannot tolerate direct sunlight.
-Water: Water when the soil is half-dry to dry 2" down.
-Humidity: Normal to Humid.