Calathea concinna is a species of tropical evergreen plant native to South America. It is also commonly known as the "Zebra Plant" due to its striking zebra-like striped leaves. The leaves are a deep green color with lighter green stripes and a reddish-purple underside. They grow to be about 30-40 cm long and 10-15 cm wide. The plant prefers moist, well-draining soil and indirect, filtered light. It is a popular choice for indoor plants due to its attractive foliage and relatively low maintenance requirements.