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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. 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.
Tropical plants often need light that mimics what would be found in a rainforest environment. Positioning your triostar stromanthe in an area with dappled light will provide it with the best chance of flourishing. If it receives too much direct sun, it can burn the leaves. As a houseplant, dust its leaves so the plant can receive more light.
Your triostar needs a soil that is well-draining, breathable, and light. Although it needs to retain moisture, it shouldn't be too heavy or claggy.
Ensuring your triostar gets a consistent and appropriate amount of water is vital. Get this wrong, and the plant can quickly become unhealthy looking.