Soil : Moist peat
Sunlight – Temperature should not exceed 24°C
Water – It should be watered 2-3 times a week
Temperature : 15 ° C.
Fertilizer : Feed in the summer with a small dose of fertilizers dissolved in water.
There are several variegated cultivars, the main differences being in the position and extent of the cream or white markings. Some leaves are almost entirely white, pink or yellow. In its natural environment, it is a several-meter-long climber climbing over the trunks of tropical jungle trees and clinging to their roots. The cultivars cultivated in the apartments reach a height of up to 1.5 m. During the year in the flat, the plant grows about 30 cm and produces 6-7 leaves. Its single, long-legged leaves, usually arrow-shaped, are up to 30 cm long. In typical, wild growing form of the species, the leaves are dark green and without coloring. Cultivated varieties have leaves in various shades of green, often light green and usually with different types of lighter tannins. The leaves are the main ornamental qualities of this plant. Its flowers are small, greenish, collected in a flask, covered with a purple-red scabbard. However, the plants grown indoors do not bloom, aside from the older, well-cared-for specimens.