Calathea Zebrina Tissue Culture


The Calathea Zebrina plant grows up to 40cm in height. It has purple flowers, which are quite spectacular when they bloom. The foliage of the plant is quite coarse, but its leaves are edible. This is one of the most nutritious plants in South America, as it contains large amounts of beta-carotene. It also contains essential amino acids, magnesium, iron, potassium, sodium, and phosphorus.

Calathea Zebrina plant commonly referred to as the zebra plant or the zebrawood plant is a palm plant belonging to the family Marantaplants, native to south-eastern Brazil. Under the synonyms Calathea and Goeppertia it is the award-winning member of the Royal Horticulture Society’s (RHS) Trophy of Garden Merit.


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