This plant's leaves will tell you exactly what it needs (unlike me — who passive-aggressively assumes my boyfriend will pick up my subtle hints — and most other plants). Anyway, because this species requires some more care than the others, it's a good jumping off point if you're looking to actually learn about plant care.
How to care: Keep the plant in indirect light and make sure no sun rays actually hit any leaves (they'll turn yellow if exposed to too much light). You'll know when it needs to be watered when the first inch of the soil becomes dry; just use your finger to gage the dryness. If the leaves look droopy, it's receiving too much or too little water. The plant will recover if you keep it on a tight water schedule. In the spring and summer, water with a liquid fertilizer monthly and every six to eight weeks in the fall and winter. Learn more here.
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