Light: Requires bright indirect light.

Watering: Water when the top 50%-75% of soil is dry. Water the soil underneath the leaves - avoid getting the leaves wet. Don’t worry if you forget once in a while—it will occasionally tolerate a missed watering.

Temperature: Average home temperatures.

Humidity: Prefers a slightly more humid environment. If the humidity is too low the leaves will start to brown.

Toxicity: Toxic to pets


Trouble Shooting

Drooping yellow leaves: suggest too much water.

Fading leaves: indicates improper lighting. If it is placed in a lower light environment, the stripes will fade over time.

Pruning back the long vines encourages branching and increases the fullness of the plant. To do this, simply clip off at a joint or at the tender new growth at the end of the stem.