Prayer plant
Sorry my photo is on its side
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    PlntNrd How much water are you giving it and how humid is the environment? When the leaves are droopy like that it can be from under or overwatering. And the dusty/dusky appearance actually happens when calathea aren’t getting enough humidity and the leaves are suffering. This is the first thing that happens, then the leaves start to get brown and crispy and, eventually, die off. I would look at the amount and how often you’re watering (also make sure there’s drainage) and provide more humidity.
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    Pei It actually looks fine to me cuz it has new growth. But it's very dusty - I would suggest to wipe down the leaves at least once a week!
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    Celia Skelton That is what I thought but the soil is moist from the top down
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    Erin Looks thirsty!
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    Celia Skelton Would this be happy in a bathroom where it is more humid?
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      Pei Oh definitely! If you have a window in bathroom, I would say that's the best location for it!