An easygoing houseplant that starts out smaller but gets huge. It can grow to be up to five feet tall – and wide! The leaves alone can grow to be up to three feet in size. While this plant has been known to flower, even when planted outdoors in its natural habitat, flowers will not bloom until the plant is between 15 and 20 years old.
- Light: Medium to bright indirect light
- Water: Allow the top half of the soil to dry out between watering
- Additionally: The leaves, when cut as one might cut a flower, can survive for months in a vase filled with water