Buy Prayer Plant Brisbane Southside – Indoor Nursery
Looking to buy the Prayer Plant on the Brisbane Southside for your home or office? Wellers Hill Hardware and Landscaping Supplies have a great indoor plant nursery in Tarragindi Brisbane Southside. We stock a wide range of indoor plants including a great selection of the most popular. We’re a family run business that has been in this Tarragindi location for decades. Looking for a particular plant? Why not give us a call today on 07 3848 1682.
Some of the other popular plants that we stock include; Prayer plants, Umbrella tree, Peace lily, Devils ivy, Rubber plant, Fiddle fig, Zu-zu plant, Swiss-cheese plant, Elephants ear, Range of Philodendron, Range of Ficus, Range of Ferns.
We’re local to the following suburbs: Holland Park, Holland Park West, Nathan, Mount Gravatt, Mount Gravatt East, Salisbury, Greenslopes, Annerley, Moorooka, Yeronga, Yeerongpilly
The Prayer Plant
The Prayer plant scientifically knows as Maranta leuconeura, is a flowering plant belonging to the Marantaceae family that is native to Brazil’s tropical jungles. It’s a rhizomatous perennial with clusters of evergreen, strongly patterned oval leaves up to 12 cm long that grow to 30 cm tall and wide.
How To Grow Prayer Plants Inside
- When choosing a location for your prayer plant indoors you should choose a well lit area that is away from direct sunlight.
- Part fill your pot with a premium potting mix
- Carefully remove the plant from its orignal plastic pot and tease the roots gently cutting away any tangled roots
- Place the prayer plant in position in the new pot and use the premium potting mix to back fill the remainder of the post. Gently press down the potting mix and water well.
- Keep the soil moist, you can do this by inserting your finger into the soil or by usings a moisture gauge for indoor plants.
Prayer Plant Care Tips
- Remove dead foliage from the bottom of the plant
- Remove dust from leaves by wiping gently
- Prayer plants are easy to propagate, simply separate a cluster from the plant every two years