Often mistaken for a monstera, the Amydrium Medium Silver is not directly related, although they share a similar appearance. Both plants do belong to different genera within the family Araceae.
This Amydrium boosts unique textured foliage with a blue/silver hue that glistens in the light. In its native habitat, you can find it climbing up trees and other vegetation, using its aerial roots to cling and grow. This plant can be trained to climb onto a trellis or pole, replicating its natural environment. The split leaves and fenestrations become more pronounced as the plant matures.
- Can tolerate periods of lower light but thrives with bright, indirect light. Avoid exposing it to direct afternoon sunlight, which may cause leaf scorching.
- It does best with moderate to high humidity levels.
- .Allow the top 1-2 inches of soil to dry before watering.
- This plant can be trained to climb on a trellis or pole, replicating its natural habitat.
- Split leaves and fenestrations become more pronounced as the plant matures.