Calathea picturata is a species of plant in the family Marantaceae, native to northwest Brazil. It is a clump-forming evergreen perennial growing to 35–40 cm (14–16 in). The leaves are dark green above, purple below, marked heavily with silver along the veins and midriff. It is tender, with a minimum temperature of 16 °C (61 °F) required, and in temperate areas is cultivated indoors as a houseplant.
An exotic quote is given its own leaves, so in the wild nature you are allowed to twist and pull them in the sounds of the sleepy light, as well as grow in a number of great roslin. To that, if there is enough light in the room, all the same with the arrival of evening, the calathea will grow its vitality leaves up the mountain.