Cryptanthus bivittatus 'Earth Star'

Cryptanthus bivittatus 'Earth Star'

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Cryptanthus bivittatus, commonly known as 'Earth Star' or the 'Starfish Plant', is a striking, low-maintenance houseplant renowned for its unique star-like shape and vibrant foliage. Native to Brazil, this terrestrial bromeliad thrives in bright, indirect light and enjoys a well-draining soil mix. Its leaves, featuring bold stripes in shades of pink, red, and green, form a rosette pattern, creating a stunning visual display. Perfect for small spaces, the Starfish Plant grows up to 6 inches tall and wide, making it an ideal choice for tabletops, shelves, or terrariums. Regular watering is essential when the top inch of soil feels dry, but be cautious of overwatering. This plant is also pet-friendly, making it a worry-free addition to homes with furry friends. With its eye-catching appearance and easy care, Cryptanthus bivittatus is an excellent choice for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts.

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