This stunner starts out with glossy, heart-shaped leaves and lobe-like indents that eventually become more distinctly cut or split as they grow. The look is Tropical and impactful no matter the size, but be sure to give this guy room to spread out a little. His leaves tend to extend horizontally as they mature.
Yours will like bright, indirect light and moist soil, spring through fall, with time in between watering to let its surface dry a bit. If you’re unsure about watering, we use a moisture meter to give us peace of mind. Ours do best with some Jacks Houseplant food during the growing season.