Dieffenbachia is a tarot species native to Colombia and Costa Rica, and there are several species, and the Dieffenbachia ammonia is one of the strongest and most durable, grown for the beauty of its leaves, which are characterized by a large size that may exceed 20 cm in length and 12 cm wide, and a green grass color striped with yellow lines interspersed with points and green lines, may reach a height of one meter and may increase.
The species called the mother-in-law plant is also called crazy reeds! Because the bitter juice removed from its leaves is harmful, chewing its leaves has a toxic effect that causes the tongue to swell and loss of pronunciation because it has a severe effect on the vocal cords so they should be kept out of the reach of children.
It is moderately irrigated and the soil should be left slightly dry between irrigation and watering.
It needs a bright light filter from the beginning of spring to the end of autumn and be exposed to direct sunlight in winter.
Fertilizer diluted fertilizer every two weeks during the period of active growth.