Schismatoglottis Sarawak is a hard to find plant that is sure to catch your eye. The paddle like leaves show a mottled silver throughout. The silver variegation sits atop a very distinct silvery green leaf that grows in a compact fashion.
The Schismatoglottis Sarawak is an easy to grow Aroid. A little bit of attention goes a long way. It may need to be pruned every so often to remove any of the older yellowing foliage. They require high levels of humidity and dislike bright direct sunlight. Brown leaf edges are a sign of low humidity or too much light. Fertilizing is recommended during the growing season. Apply a diluted general household fertilizer monthly through the spring and summer. It can be propagated by dividing the pups. We like to recommend wiping the leaves down monthly to keep them shiny and clean.
Light: moderate to bright indirect light in east or south window.
Water: Water this plant when the top inch of soil is about dry to the touch. Too much water will lead to yellowing leaves that will eventually drop. When not watered enough it will show brown crispy tips on its foliage.