Low to bright indirect light. Direct sun will burn the leaves.
Water when top 75% of soil is dry. Can be somewhat drought tolerant.
Well draining potting soil.
Leaves will droop and curl if needing water.
Low to bright indirect light. Too much sun will scorch the leaves.
When soil is dry throughout. Depending on time of year, water every 2 - 6 weeks.
Well draining soil. Cacti or Succulent soils work well.
Sensitive to cold temperatures. Don't leave outside as the temperatures drop!
Low to bright indirect light. Thrives in medium to bright.
When soil is dry throughout. Drought tolerant, so less water is better.
Well draining soil with perlite or sand in the mix.
Watering too often can easily cause root rot. If you're not sure, wait another week!
Low to medium indirect light. North windows are great.
When top 50% of soil is dry. Keep soil lightly moist, but not soggy.
Thrives in humidity. Pebble trays work well in place of humidifiers. Loves weekly misting.
When top 50% of soil is dry. Keep soil lightly moist but not soggy.
Leaf tips browning? Usually a sign that it needs more humidity.
Low to medium indirect light. Keep out of direct sun to avoid scorched leaves.
Thrives in humidity and loves a good misting.