REVEALS ITS GENEROSITY
It is completely happy when it is placed in a well-lit place with direct or filtered light, but it does not get angry if it is placed in darker areas.
EDU likes to feel dry feet between watering. Always let the soil dry before watering again. If you keep the soil always very humid, you risk its roots to get rot.
IT’S NOT A DEFECT IT’S A FEATURE
The color change of the leaves without any other signs it is only a reaction to the lighting conditions. Leaves greener and less variegated are a sign that it may want a little more light. Pale yellow / gray leaves indicate excessive exposure to light. Black spots on the leaves and a sudden collapse of the plant reveal that someone may have been watering on the sly and it has received too much water. Dry and brown margins may be complaints of some thirst.