"Prayer plants" receives its name from its leaves folded together at night, resembling a pair of praying hands. This particular maranta gets its quirky name because of the pattern on its foliage. It resembles tracks of a rabbit. This gem is considered to be a hardy houseplant.
- Dappled shade is best in the summer months
- During the colder months, bright indirect light is fine
- High-medium humidity is appreciated
- Keep soil moist not but not soaked