This bushy green beauty brings the bottom of the moon’s crates to your collection and the spark back to any stale friendship, with copper tints and bright contrasting colors.
Native to Central and South America, this succulent-like herbaceous is sought after due to its ornamental value and decorative beauty from its characteristic foliage, which makes it easy to identify.
It has spade-like, slightly padded, textured bright green leaves covered with white hairs and with toothed margins. It is marked with brownish, copper-toned patterns that create a remarkable contrast both with the lighter green but also the dark green of the leaf veins. It bears pinkish-green flowers with less ornamental significance, usually in summer, although blooming is rare in indoor plants. It has fragile stems and should be handled with care to avoid snapping. This is a fast-growing plant, which is particularly important to guarantee yearly renewal, as it tends to lose its beauty as time goes by.