Produces babies or “pups”, which pop up from the soil surrounding the mother plant. These can be taken out of the pot and planted in their own pot to create a new plant.
Light: Thrives in bright direct light, but can tolerate medium indirect light. Do not place in direct sunlight since it will scorch the leaves. For even growth, rotate plant once per month.
Water: Allow the top half of soil dry out. When in doubt, wait a few days before watering. Watch the leaves - when they start looking a tad droopy, it’s time to water your plant.
Wilting plant or curling leaves, dry potting mix suggests underwatering. Yellowing leaves, black stems indicates overwatering.
This is a pet friendly plant. Generally non-toxic for pet; however, when ingested in very large quantities, they can cause a mild digestive reaction.