These plants usually like 70 to 85% bright indirect light. Howbeit, they can beautifully tolerate low light conditions. Importantly, direct sunlight is harmful to the delicate foliage.
These plants can do well with artificial light as well. This is why they are a good choice for indoor decorations and terrariums. If you are planning to make an indoor dweller outdoors, gradually make it get used to the bright light.
These plants like moist soil, especially in summer. Water the plant after the soil gets at least 70% dry in summer and 90% or completely dry in winter. However, the soil should never be over-watered or soggy. We usually share an estimate of the watering schedule. This is meant to help you out with the watering frequency.
Just like other members of the Rhaphidophora genus, this long-growing vine is also toxic. The ingestion and chewing can lead to swelling of the mouth and other health issues including contact dermatitis. So, we always recommend keeping your kids and pets away from the plant.