calatheas drooping


Do you notice any drooping on your Calathea plant? What conceivable flaws could there be? Calathea plants typically droop when they are dry. The flow of water to the cells that produce turgor pressure, which helps the plant maintain its upright position, is disrupted for a number of reasons, including inadequate watering, low humidity, and damage to the roots. We’ll examine several causes of your Calathea plant’s drooping leaves in this post, along with solutions.…