Care Level: High Maintenance
Pet Friendly: Warning
Toxic if ingested.
Origins: Central-South America
Fun Facts: You'll see a lot ...
You'll see a lot of movement from the Selosa 'Grey Star' as its leaves rise and lower by the time of day it is. When it's nightfall, the leaves raise as if trying to reach the sky, giving you a peek at its purple underside. During the day, they relax and display their unusual striping. Another common name for it is the Prayer Plant, which signifies praying hands at night! Overall, the plant is a symbol of devotion and focus on a schedule. Keep one around to inspire dedication!