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Plant Height:

Approx 1.5ft

Pot Diameter:

7 to 8 inches

Small – 4 leaves
Medium – 9 leaves
Large – 18 leaves
XLarge – 24 leaves
2XLarge – 30 leaves

Watering Schedule

Once a week

Sunlight Needed

Bright Indirect Light

Care Difficulty



Dumbcane is a houseplant that is known for being toxic to pets and human when taken in large amounts. This plant is low maintenance and can both survive indoors and outdoors with bright indirect to low light.


This plant for sale in Manila is a herbaceous plant native from the Caribbean and South America this plant variety is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant both indoors and outdoors.

Care Guide

Dumbcane love bright indirect light and can still tolerate low light areas inside your homes. Make sure to check the top soil is dry in between waterings just to make sure that the soil would not be too soggy to ruin the root system of the plant.

This plant for sale in Manila will droop when it’s thirsty. On the other hand, yellowing leaves can be a sign of overwatering which can lead to root rot. Dumbcanes don’t like their soil damp so deep watering once a week should be enough. It’s also good to know that it’s natural in a plant’s life cycle to have old leaves (that are usually at the bottom) die. This can mean that a new sprout might be on the way!


Propagating a Dumbcane can be done through stem cutting, or root division, and water propagation or soil propagation. With using small cuttings, choose a mature stem that’s several inches long. Identical small bumps might be seen in the stem and this is where new roots can grow so make sure to include them in your cutting. Afterwards, you can bury them in soil (optional: treat your soil with rooting hormone) and wait for rooting to take place. With root division, this can be done when repotting as Dumbcane plants produce new stems over time. All you have to do is split up these stems carefully by hand and plant them into separate pots. Care for your cuttings as you would with a normal Dumbcane plant, and roots should start to appear after 3 to 4 weeks.



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