Known as the Swiss Cheese Plant due to the holes in the leaves.
Sunlight: Gentle sunlight is fine for this plant but harsh sun needs to be avoided as it will scorch and possibly yellow the leaves. Makes a wonderful houseplant if you have space. Dark gloomy corners need to be avoided in order to prevent loss of the Swiss Cheese effect in the leaves and an annoying spreading effect.
Watering: Only average watering needs are required. When you do water make sure you aim to get all of the compost evenly moist, then wait until it has dried out some before watering again (don't wait too long though).
Humidity: It will take average to high humidity levels well, but will start to suffer if things are very dry for prolonged periods. Find ways that work for you to increase humidity if this is likely to be an issue in the spot you have chosen for it.
Food: Feeding is essential if you want new, lush green growth. Normal strength no more than once a month during periods of active growth. Reduce the amount and frequency of feed if you are finding your plant is becoming a monster and outgrowing its home too fast!
Temperature: Active growth will start whenever temperatures are 18°C or above. Although it will survive easily between 10°C - to 30°C try to keep in the middle of this where possible to avoid temperature related problems.
Supplied in a 24cm pot
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