Absolutely stunning in every sense of the word, Calathea White Fusion (Botanical name: Calathea leitzei) boasts leaves splashed with whites, pinks/lilacs, and greens. It's no wonder this plant can be listed as a "peacock plant" (in addition to being known under the other common names for Calatheas in general, which include Rattlesnake plant, and Zebra plant).
Water: Calathea prefer to be slightly moist at all times. Watering lighter, but more frequently (2-3 times/week) tends to work best with these plants. Water requirements may wary depending on the location of the plant in your home, amount of light it receives, etc. It is best to check the soil daily and water lightly when the top layer feels dry. Calatheas are also very picky to chemicals in water. It is best to water using distilled or rain water.
Light: Bright indirect to medium light.
Soil: Use an aerated, well draining potting mix.
Humidity: Humidity is crucial in calathea care. Mist leaves regularly, keep near a humidifier or use a pebble tray to increase humidity. Browning edges and tips on leaves is a sign of low humidity.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month with a balanced house plant fertilizer. Do not fertilize during winter.