The plant grows at a modest rate indoors, reaching a height of 1 to 2 feet each year. It has a distinctive split in its naturally glossy huge heart-shaped leaves. You’ll also notice delicate aerial roots emerging from the earth, which help the plant by sustaining the stems that bear 3 foot-long leaves.
Plant it in the correct zone at any time of year, and it will produce tannish-cream blooms that are pollinated by bees, as well as delicious luscious fruit with a pineapple and banana flavour. Fruiting, on the other hand, is uncommon in houseplants. This lovely plant can be harmful to dogs. 1