Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way

Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way characteristics
Thrives in low lightBig leavesPet friendly


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Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way is an easy, low maintenance and drought tolerant plant that is recommended for beginners and travelers, as it can survive without water for a time.

Aspidistra grows in the dark undergrowth of the forest from Asia, that's why this plant grows so well in low light conditions and it's for being one of the best office plants.

Cast iron plants are safe for cats, dogs, and children because they are non-toxic and its leaves have a dark green color and can grow slowly up to 90 cm.

Key tips for successful care

  • Don't place your Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way in direct sunlight.
  • Aspidistra Elatior are good office plants because they survive low light conditions even artificial.
  • Get this plant right now if you're a beginner or a traveler
  • Water your Cast Iron Plant only when its soil has dried almost completely.
  • Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth to remove dust.
  • To propagate this plant just cut a leaf from the bottom.

Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way care guide

Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way is a hardy plant famous how well it tolerates artificial or low light conditions which makes it a versatile plant that you can have at any spot in your house.

Your plant in those conditions will be happy without a lot of effort but it will grow slowly. Provide to your Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way a bright light far from direct sunlight to make it grow fast and big keeping it always far from direct sunlight so its leaves do not burn.

Video tutorials of Cast Iron Plant Milky Way care and tips

The video tutorials might not be about the same exact plant, but a plant of the same family, which have the same requirements.

Video created by Summer Rayne Oakes about how to take care of a aspidistra