Calathea Roseopicta 'Medallion’

What To Expect

You will receive a healthy plant that meets our strict quality standards in a nursery pot size of your choosing. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos. We offer a plant health guarantee on all of our plants! Please see our Shipping Policy and Refund Policy for more information. Still have questions? Check out our FAQ or Contact Us!


The Roseopicta 'Medallion’ boasts rich colors and uniquely shaped large leaves. These leaves appear to be painted with brushstrokes of deep green and fuschia tones. Leaves have purple undersides. The common name of 'Medallion' derives from the unique roundness of its leaves. It thrives in medium indirect light and grows quickly in the appropriate light. As with all Calathea, this plant has the added benefit of being friendly to your four legged friends. 

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Botanical Name: Calathea
  • Common Name: Medallion
  • Family: Marantaceae 
  • Native Range: Tropical Americas

Ed's Care Guide

    • Care Level: Moderate
    • Light Preference: Medium Light, Low/Shade, Bright/Indirect
    • Water Frequency: High/Moist. Thrives in evenly moist, well-drained soil. Allow the surface of the soil to slightly dry out between watering. These plants can be sensitive to hard water or water that has too many additives. We recommend using filtered tap water or rain water
    • Humidity Preference: High
    • Temperature: Prefers warmth; 60-85F
    • Soil Type: Regular potting mix, Peaty mix, Airy and slightly acidic
    • Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves
    • Feeding: Fertilize every couple of weeks with a diluted balanced fertilizer during spring and summer
    • Propagation: Root division 
    • Growth Habit: Upright, Bushy. Can grow up to 2' tall and generally prefers to be repotted every two years
    • Toxicity: Non-toxic to humans and pets. However, with all plants we recommend you exercise caution with children and pets