They said: “All calatheas originate from tropical climates, so you can imagine the high humidity and temperatures they’re used to.
“There are several ways you can maintain high humidity levels for your calathea, but the simplest one is by regular misting, ideally once every two days.
However, it is essential to avoid over-misting the houseplant.
The experts added: “Over-misting your calathea can cause a water build up on the leaves, resulting in brown rotting spots.
“A light misting around your calathea will do the trick!”