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Triostar Stromanthe

Triostar Stromanthe

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Triostar stromanthe (Stromanthe sanguinea) care can be a challenge, but it will reward you with its impressive, full variegate foliage with vibrant shades of pink and green.
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Get to Know Triostar Stromanthe!


It can be grown outdoors in hot and humid climates, but it does best well indoors and is more commonly grown as a house plant.


Water when 25-50% of the soil volume is dry. Water thoroughly and discard any excess water in the saucer. Overwatering can cause root rot. Growth naturally slows in the winter and watering frequency should be reduced.


Your Stromanthe Triostar prefers a well-lit spot with bright, indirect light. Though it can tolerate lower levels of light, the bright variegation will fade. Avoid direct sunlight which can burn the leaves.


Yes! This plant is pet friendly.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

Are the leaves on your Stromanthe turning brown on the edges? Step 1: Clean up your plant. This allows the plant to direct its energy to new healthy growth. Next: Solve the problem. The most common reason the Stromanthe’s leaves are turning brown on the edges is your tap water. It contains salts, chlorine, minerals, and fluoride. They can build up in the soil of your plant causing the tips of the leaves to burn, turn brown, and curl up. Try using a water filtration system. If this is not possible, you can leave water in an open container overnight. This can help relieve some of the chlorine.

If this is not helping, you can also try to increase the humidity, keep soil consistently moist and make sure your Stromanthe is not in a drafty area or in the path of heating and cooling vents.