This species is native to the to a wide range across southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, and Australia where they’re found climbing up trees. They currently have a long-narrow and silvery-blue hue to them. As this plant matures, their leaves will get quite long, and they will lose the blue shine to it.
Like most aroids, these naturally are climbing up trees in their native habitat. We can simulate these conditions by using a moss pole. They enjoy bright indirect light while avoiding harsh direct sun. We recommend watering when the top 1-2" of soil is dry. This may roughly be about once a week depending on your home environment. When repotting, use a semi coarse soil that will drain water well.