No, Stromanthe Triostars are non-toxic to cats. The stunning pink, green, and white foliage on this plant is cat-safe and a great way to add color to your space. Featuring bright pink on the undersides of its leaves, this plant is relatively easy to care for but does best in an environment with high humidity.
Other Plants That Are Safe for Cats
- Calathea Amagris
- Cast Iron Plant
- Cryptanthus Black Mystic
- Cryptanthus Earth Star
- Blue Star Fern
- Lemon Button Fern
- Rabbit’s Foot Fern
- Victorian Bird’s Nest Fern
- Hoya String Bean Hoya
- Peperomia Cypress
- String of Turtles
- Pilea Friendship Plant – Norfolk
- Mistletoe Cactus
- Black Coral Snake Plant
- Mikado Snake Plant
- Moonshine Snake Plant
- Spider Plant
- Staghorn Fern
- Cape Primrose
- Prayer Plant
How to Care for Stromanthe Triostar?
Follow these guidelines to take care of a Stromanthe. This section will explain how to water a Stromanthe, as well as its preferences for light, temperature, and humidity, as well as any additional care it may require to thrive.
Your Stromanthe should be kept in a cozy, well-lit area. The amount of leaf variegation increases with the amount of direct, strong light the plant gets. Never leave it out in the sun since that will burn the leaves.
When the top quarter of the soil is dry, water your Stromanthe. Pour water into the pot until it begins to drain through the drainage hole at the bottom, then pour any excess water onto the saucer.
You are welcome to spray your Stromathe daily as they enjoy a humid atmosphere. Use a humidifier or a pebble tray in the winter when the air is more likely to be dry. When the air is excessively dry, the leaves will become brown and crispy.
Your Stromanthe loves daytime temps of 65 to 80 degrees and nighttime lows of no lower than 60 degrees. Avoid planting plants close to fans and vents for HVAC systems.
For indoor plants, use a liquid fertilizer once a month in the spring and summer.
The Stromanthe Peacock is safe for both people and animals.