It is stem from Columbia and Venezuela.
The leaves are evergreen, shiny. The spear-shaped, undivided leaves are grow directly from the soil.
The flower is white. They are blooming for about 6. But with time the white flower is turning to light green. The blooming starts in March and ends in September.
It likes the sunlit places, but the hot sunlight hurts the plant. It stands the dark very well, but it doesn’t grow flowers in dark places.
Usually it needs the 20-23°C temperature, but minimum 16°C.
Water it with lukewarm water, but keep the soil always wet. If the weather is hot we better spray the leaves, but don’t spray the flowers! Between spring and summer we can give it nutrient solution but when the flowers are growing stop it for a while.
It needs the high humidity, and the leaves needs to be sprayed and mopped up.
If we don’t water it for a long time and leave the soil dry the mites and scale-insects can attack it. The high humidity can overtake the problem.
This plant is very easy to propagate. While we are transplanting the plant Separate the crown and the leaves and put these in another pot.