An aroid native to parts of South America. It can develop lobed leaves if allowed to be trained up a moss pole. This plant can be a little particular when it comes to its light and humidity needs. Some light browning on the white parts of their leaves may occur if they don't get the ideal humidity conditions.
These will be happy in a bright filtered light. They will like to go about 1-2" dry on the top of the soil before needing water. This should roughly be every 7 days depending on your home environment. When repotting, use an all-purpose soil medium.
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