**THIS PLANT COMES WITH BASIC BLACK POT**
Dieffenbaching amoena is a very popular house plant due to its easy going nature. Plants that receive too little light or too little water will simply not grow as quickly as plants that are given proper care.
How it looks: Each plant of Dieffenbaching amoena features leaves which are yellow near their vein, abruptly turning a dark green toward the edge of the leaf. This transition is random, even within the same leaf, creating ribbons and spots of yellow and green along the leaf’s body. These leaves grow out of a central stem system. Each leaf will ultimately reach around 20 inches (47 cm) long, and 10 inches (25 cm) wide.
Flowering: Although Dieffenbaching amoena will occasionally produce buds that are 5 inches (12 cm) long, they will only bloom in perfect conditions. These blooms are green and rather unimpressive. Most plant owners remove the buds when they appear, as they are a waste of the plant’s energy. Always wash your hands thoroughly after removing buds, due to the sap’s toxic nature.
Poisonous: This plant is poisonous, and should not be permitted near children or pets (cats & dogs). The sap of the plant is acrid, and when ingested can numb the throat and vocal cords, rendering the victim mute for up to two weeks until the poison wears off. The sap is highly irritating to the skin, and any interactions with the plant which result in sap exposure should be washed thoroughly.
Disclaimer : The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.