This attractive plant’s colouration suggests multiple leaves stacked atop each other. Its silvery-green leaves edged in a wide band of dark green moves upwards along the day.
Also a member of the Prayer plant family, they get its name for its unique habit of raising its leaves to an upright position at night time. The leaves fold together like hands during prayer!
Tip: This plant can be a bit fussy with water, so always use rainwater or filtered water. Chlorine and excess salts in tap water may damage the root system and cause the edges of the leaves to go brown and crisp.
Not edible. Non-toxic if accidentally ingested.
Water every 1–1.5 weeks; adjust the frequency depending on the amount of light provided (less light = less watering). Allow the top half of the soil to fully dry out between waterings. Normal room humidity is fine.
Light: Bright indirect light, not happy with direct light.