Calathea Roseopicta ‘Dottie’
Calathea Roseopicta ‘Dottie’
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Calathea Roseopicta ‘Dottie’

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Calathea roseopicta ‘Dottie’ is a cultivar or variety bred from Calathea roseopicta (noted above). Like its mother plant – it’s all about the large, glossy foliage. The leaves are sure to be eye-catching with their oval shape colored in a deep greenish-black making them look almost black.

To set them off even more, each leaf is outlined in a bright almost fuchsia pink. This stretches down the center leaf margin and resembling the pink outline of another leaf. Like its mother, the bunching plants average around 20 inches tall and wide at maturity. Calathea roseopicta ‘Dottie’ has the same care requirements as Calathea roseopicta.



thrives in medium to bright indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.


water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out half way down between watering. expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.


does better in higher humidity if possible. consider incorporating a fine-mist mister or humidifier to boost humidity level indoors.


most houseplants prefer temps in the 65°f-85°f range (18°c-30°c). it’s best not to let it go below 60°f (15°c). 


use a well-draining potting mix

Common Problems

the calathea is an easy-going plant and is generally pest-free. treat pests as soon as they appear with weekly sprays of a natural pesticide like neem oil and regular wipe-downs of the plant.  

symptom: wilting, curling leaves, dry potting mix 
cause: underwatered

symptom: yellowing leaves, black base 
cause: overwatered

symptom: leaf spots 
cause: fungal infection or mineral build up from tap water. use distilled water and water directly into surrounding potting soil.