Toxicity: toxic to pets, humans if ingested — insoluble calcium oxalate crystals.
Native range: Unknown, most likely in cultivation
Brigh, indirect light
Well draining, open soil
Moderate — high humidity, mist frequently 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, south facing window if bright light is available but can alter variegation
Notes: This species should be left to dry out a little before next watering during warmer months, and dry further/water less frequently in cooler months to prevent root rot, but also requires higher humidity to prevent new leaves from getting stuck whilst unfurling.