Bright indirect light
Humidity level between 30%-65%
Water every 1-2 weeks or when soil is dry 2”-4” inches from the surface.
Bleached leaves or light brown spots on the top of the leaves indicate the plant is getting too much direct sunlight.
Dark brown spots on the leaves can indicate root rot from sitting in too much water.
Drooping leaves can occur from either too much or too little water as well as when exposed to extreme temperature changes.
Prefers temperatures between 60° F to 85° F
Mildly poisonous to humans and pets (if sap is ingested or sap can cause skin irritation)