Calatheas begin from the tropics, locals to the Amazonian rainforest in nations, for example, Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, their common habitat is muggy and warm. In the wild, they will in general develop at the woodland floor. Being so far underneath the covering, just concealed light gets to the plant. Likewise at that level just sprinkling precipitation can arrive at the plants. Subsequently, the plants have huge expansive leaves for catching water and light, and shallow roots required for the plant to create food.
Calatheas are additionally renowned for their interesting evening propensity. They overlay their leaves together around evening time, as lifted hands in supplication, at that point opening up again during the day to follow the sun's development. For this beguiling showcase, Calathea plants are otherwise called Prayer plants. In the event that you give close consideration you may have the option to hear the stirring of the leaves as they move.