Indoor plant. It can be grown outdoors in warm climates.
Ideal temperature: it likes a warm climate, between 18º and 24º, so avoid cold, draughts and frost. Do not place it near doors or windows that open and close constantly or near sources of heat or air conditioning, as they dry out the atmosphere.
Light: a very bright place, with indirect light to prevent the leaves from burning.
Humidity: it prefers moderate humidity but avoid very dry environments or the tips of the leaves will turn brown and dry.
Irrigation: moderate but constant. Water when the top layer has dried out and avoid waterlogging.
Nutrients: add nutrients from May to October, every fortnight or once a month to make it grow nice and strong.
Substrate: give it a quality, light, airy substrate with a good water retention capacity. The plant will not become waterlogged and the roots will be properly oxygenated.