Another lovely indoor plant that's part of the philodendron family. As with most philodendrons this plant is hardy. It has long green leaves with serrated edges making it a really interesting plant to look at.
This plant can tolerate low light to bright light and some sun on it but not full day sun. It will thrive in brighter light conditions.
It can be placed inside or outside. If outside part shade and a sheltered position is recommended.
Pictured here in a 20cmD pot
Best to keep the soil on the dryer side but water thoroughly when watering it and let dry out almost completely in winter between watering. Fertilize monthly in Spring and Summer, every 6-8 weeks for the rest of the year.