Family: Marantaceae Common name: Cigar plant, Havana cigar, Pampano, Cigar calathea, Maranta lutea Calathea lutea - Havana Cigar Native to the tropical Americas, Calathea lutea or 'Havana Cigar', makes a unique center piece in any tropical garden or pot. Its large, round elongated leaves suspended on the end of slender stems giving this plant interesting appeal. Grows to Height:2.5m-3m outdoors, restricted in pots. Neither should you leave this plant dry. Rule of thumb- calathea plants love moist soil but not wet. It doesn't have the characteristic of succulents and cacti that could survive long drought seasons. If you want to keep your calathea alive, provide medium watering. Considering that this plant's leaves are large, we know that it would require a high amount of light. The foliage is broad and would certainly absorb more sunlight. So, try to find the brightest spot at home. If you have none, the other choice is to put it somewhere outdoors and make sure the area is partially shaded to avoid direct exposure to sunlight. If you want to give your garden a tropical look, rows of Cigar plants along the borders is the best idea. These plants can grow to a height of 3-4 meters in the wild, but most house plants only grow 1-2 meters.
1- Materials is archive (material library) - Corona mtl + Vray mtl + Standard mtl 2-Polys: 64k + Verts: 66k 3- 4K texture + 4K material 4- JPEG (texture), MAX + MTL + OBJ + FBX 2012 5- 3dmodels: MAX + FBX 2012 + OBJ 6- Corona render + Vray render (Renderer Engine-MAX + FBX) - Scanline render (Renderer Engine-MAX + OBJ) 7- Models have unwrapped overlapping and maps supported traditional 3ds Max texturing. (tiling coordinates)
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