Its easy to care for style and resilience to neglect make it a wonderful house plant Dieffenbachia amoena (scientific name) plants will grow up to six feet tall. Plant Morphology: Growth Form: A robust herbaceous shrub with usually unbranched fleshy stems and large elliptic leaves arching gracefully from the upright. Dieffenbachias are easy houseplants that tolerate a wide range of conditions. The name Dumb Cane reflects the fact that the acrid sap will burn.
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Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane / Leopard Lily) Guide | Our House Plants
Dieffenbachia amoena dumbcane is a monocot which is commonly cultivated as a houseplant, for its decorative leaves. It is a very popular and hardy shade-loving plant.
Its leaves are large, oblong, and cream or light yellow with deep green spots and stripes in bands along the veins and border.
Like any other Dieffenbachia its sap is poisonous. Dieffenbachia amoena can be propagated by tip and nodal cuttings. It can attain a height of 6 feet in favourable dieffenbachai. It likes high humidity and a draft-free atmosphere. It should not be placed in front of an air-conditioner unit or fan. After watering its leaf becomes straight and brittle.
So if transportation is required, stop watering for a few days, to prevent the leaves from breaking. Dieffenbachia amoena is considered an unresolved name by The Plant List.
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