A big-leafed green beauty straight from the tropical forest of South America that is easy to care for and offers air purifying services.
Native to the tropical forests of Brazil, Guyana, and French Guiana, this evergreen is easy to care for and easy to maintain for several years.
Its large bright green spear-shaped leaves matched with its yellow or orange stems in a unique contrast that allows for easy identification. It has wide green leaves with a wavy to ruffle-like effect and ridged leaf edges, and they can grow long, especially in the wild, where each leaf can spread for up to 3 feet (92 cm) long.
This plant is toxic to both animals and humans when ingested, so make sure to keep it out of reach of pets and kids.