Plant Info & Care
Pet Friendly No
Toxic to dogs and cats.
Care Level Low
Easy for beginners and a great starter plant!
Part to full shade outside in morning sun; low to medium indirect light inside
Water the ivy when the top inch dries to the touch. Browning and yellowing leaves can occur if it is overwatered. Too dry of soil can attract infestations of insects or diseases.
Enjoys humidity. Spritz occasionally.
Air Quality Excellent
Spritz your ivy each day or use a pebble tray filled with water to create humidity.
The Dieffenbachia macula 'Tiki' (Dumb cane) may be considered the god of dieffenbachia's with its larger stature and exotic leaf pattern and color. This plant will get a lot of attention no matter what angle you view it in since their leaves are a mixture of speckled on the underside and painted with silvery-white on the topside. It's larger leaves with unusual markings will grab your attention from all sides!
Caribbean and South America
This plant gets its name because if the milky sap is digested, temporary speechlessness will occur by irritating the tongue and throat!
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