Prayer Plant Maranta Green
similar to Calathea, prayer plants grow papery leaves with distinct patterns. However, unlike their Calathea cousins, Prayer plants tend to grow more vine like. Prayer plants close up at night, their leaves come together to resemble the hands of someone praying, hence their name
They Prefer partial shade to partial sun, and like to be fairly moist, allowing the top 2 inches of soil to dry in between watering's.