1. Why are my Calathea leaves drooping?
The Calathea thrives in a humid environment akin to the Brazilian rainforests it can be traced back to and the drooping leaves are a sign of lack of water in the leaves. Water your plants regularly and provide a high moisture environment to avoid this.
2. Why are my Calathea leaves turning brown?
Lack of humidity leads to the browning of leaves and the plant is most likely parched. Establish a regular watering schedule to avoid frequent drying and overwatering issues and mist the plant regularly to solve this problem.
3. Why are the leaves on my Calathea turning yellow?
The major issue with Calathea is infrequent watering or under watering. When the plant is parched for far too long the drooping leaves progress to yellowing and browning. If the condition is not remedied the leaves shrivel up and die. Use a rich but extremely well-draining potting mix and maintain a moist, but not soggy, soil and mist regularly to help your plant thrive.