Amydrium zippelianum is easy to grow indoors in pots and hanging baskets where its foliage will look like miniature palm fronds on vining stems. It is a robust climber when provided with a support, and its leaves will become much larger. Although it tolerates lower light conditions, it grows best in medium to bright indirect light. Water frequently in summer, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings, reduce water in winter.
We grow tens of thousands of plants every single year, but every week, our teams pick out only the BEST from what's now ready to ship so you get the freshest plant possible.