Amazing Stromanthe Houseplants
Growing stromanthes gives you super attractive houseplants that can be used as a Christmas gift plant. Stromanthe is a genus of plants native to tropical rainforests. There are 13 species of Stromanthe, though only a few are commonly cultivated. They have striking foliage houseplants in temperate climates. These houseplants are known for their multi-colored leaves, but Triostar plants produce flowers as well. These blooms are pink, like the undersides of the leaves, and are surrounded by small, petal-like orange leaves. They grow in clusters atop tall stems and usually bloom in mid-spring.The Burle Marx variety of Stromanthe is considerably smaller than the Triostar, reaching only one to one and a half feet ( .3 to .45 m) in height and spreading to a foot (.3 m) or so in width. Its smaller, oblong leaves have a pattern of dark green and light green to white. The flowers of Burle Marx plants are white, and can bloom from late spring to early fall.
Like other tropical plants, Stromanthe houseplants needs humidity for optimum growing conditions. Growing them outdoors in tropical or subtropical locations will satisfy this requirement. Indoors, they grow best in rooms that are humidified. The plants may be able to survive a light frost, but they are happier when temperatures don’t drop below 40°F (4.4°C). Dry soil, dry air, and cold weather can all cause the leaves to turn brown. The plant may regrow once the weather turns warmer, however.
Stromanthe Plant Indoor Potted
When growing the Stromanthe ‘Triostar’ plant outside, place it in a shaded area with morning sun or in a total shaded area if possible. The plant can take more sun in cooler areas.
Large Leaves Stromanthe Houseplant
Watering correctly is important when learning how to grow a stromanthe. Keep the soil moist but allow the top inch to dry out before watering again.
Black Potted Stromanthe Houseplant
Foliage of stromanthe houseplants is a reddish maroon and pink on the backside of the leaves, peeking through the green and white variegated tops.
White Green Stromanthe Houseplant
Give stromanthe houseplants bright light, but no direct sun. If you see burn spots on the leaves, reduce sun exposure. Keep the plant in an eastern or northern exposure.
Stromanthe Trio Star In The White Pot
Stromanthe houseplants are sometimes called ‘Tricolor,’ especially by local growers.
Potted Stromanthe Houseplant Indoor
The Stromanthe sanguinea 'Tricolor' is a wonderful plant to grow either outdoors or indoors as a houseplant.
Small Stromanthe Houseplant In The Modern Pot
Stromanthe is a strikingly beautiful houseplant that never fails to catch the eye. It has an exotic look with its dark green leaves that are delightfully variegated with streaks of pink and cream.
Small Stromanthe Houseplant In The Pot
Stromanthe sanguinea (sometimes referred to as Tricolor or Triostar Stromanthe), is a plant native to the rain forests of Brazil.
Stromanthe Trio Star Indoor Houseplant
Grow stromanthe in a medium or bright spot indoors. The more light it gets, the better the variegation will show.Label: plant stromanthe, stromanthe houseplants, stromanthe triostar houseplants, stromanthe plants, plant stromanthe triostar, .