A very common and loved houseplant for decades, thanks to its versatility, easy to grow and propagate. Rarely suffer from diseases, doesn't need too much care.
One of the best air purifier plants, NASA tests showed it to remove around 90% of the potentially cancer-causing chemical formaldehyde from the air.
Not edible. Not toxic if accidentally ingested.
Light: Indirect moderate light, avoid direct sunlight as it can cause tip leaves to go brown and make the plant look straggly.
Water: every one or two weeks, letting the soil dry out between the waterings. It can tolerate low humidity but appreciates misting now and again.