Along with being an attractive indoor plant, the Family Doctor Plant has a reputation for having antiviral and antimicrobial benefits. It has been traditionally used as a treatment for burns, skin diseases and joint pain, much like the herb comfrey. Indoors it makes a beautiful house plant, and can help purify the air.
Growth Form/Defining Characteristics. Large Fleshy leaves growing from the central rosette, plant sends many tendrils with pups that can each can be cut and grown as their own plant. Excellent for hanging baskets.
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Keep moist
Soil: Standard indoor plant mix, or equal parts peat, pearlite, and orchid Bark.
Hardiness: Sunset Zone 24 or Indoors
Feed 2x Annually