Toxicity: toxic to pets, humans if ingested — insoluble calcium oxalate crystals.
Native range: unknown, most likely originated in cultivation
Brigh, indirect light
Well draining, open soil
Moderate humidity, enjoys a mist regularly in warmer weather
Liquid fertilise every 2-3 weeks during the active growing period
Most suitable location: East facing window, 1-2m from a north facing window with sheer curtain
*NOTE: the brighter the light available, the more white occurs in variegation of this cultivar. Cream colouring occurs when the lighting isn’t quite bright enough to maintain pure white leaf tissue, and chlorophyll cells occur in minute amounts. Due to high amounts of variegation, do not leave this plant standing in water.