Found in the West Indies.
Soil: Loose, fertile, high organic medium. Plants can be grown in pure peat and perlite.
Temperature: Grows best at 62 degrees F - 80 degrees F.
Sunlight: Bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate low light.
Water: Allow the top 1 -2” of the soil to dry out before watering the plant again.
Fun Fact: Dumb canes are considered poisonous because of the effects of rhapides which are found in their leaves and can cause a temporary inability to speak.