Dieffenbachia Tropic Snow
Dieffenbachias have thick stems and, showy, upright leaves that are edged in green and cream or yellow in the center. Larger plants work nicely for a floor planter, and smaller ones are great for a tabletop or windowsill. They come in a bunch of different varieties and hybrids, the variation being in the size and leaf shape and coloring.
Dieffenbachias do best in bright, filtered light, though you’ll find they’re often tolerant of low light situations. Rotate the pot often to reduce legginess.Watering is pretty straightforward with dieffenbachias: keep it consistent and don’t over do it. Always make sure the soil is dry a few inches down before watering. Dieffenbachias don’t like soggy soil, so it’s best to err on the side of caution and let them dry out a bit if you’re unsure.