Calathea Freddie Overview
Calathea concinna has recently been reclassified, it is now known as Goeppertia concinna. This species is a tender evergreen perennial that is frequently grown as a houseplant because of its striking foliage. It forms clumps of narrow, lance-shaped, pale green leaves with dark-green blotches and red undersides. This plant has previously been misnamed as Calathea concinna, Maranta concinna and Maranta leopardina, it is also sometimes sold under the names Zebra Plant, Prayer Plant, Calathea Freddie or Calathea leopardina. Flowering is infrequent in cultivation, when they appear, they are small and yellow.