PLANT SIZE: 2-3.5 FT
HOW TO CARE CAST IRON :
The cast iron plant grows well in low light indoors and is not finicky about regular water either. Although a slow grower, this reliable performer will live for many years, reaching a mature height of around 2 feet (61 cm).
A member of the lily family, cast-iron plant, Aspidistra elatior—to the surprise of many—does, in fact, bloom. But its small purplish flower opens close to the ground, so often it's overshadowed by the foliage and hardly noticeable to most.
With the right care, cast-iron plants can live decades; some have been known to live over 50 years! The most common reason for a cast iron plant not being able to thrive is due to overwatering. If you notice yellow edges on your plant this is a sign that you have watered him too much.
Keep cast-iron plants away from direct sunlight, which can bleach and burn the leaves. If you're keeping one as a houseplant, a north-facing window is ideal. Set it slightly back from windows that get strong light to avoid direct sun.
Low to Moderate Watering Once a week at most. Water well and then wait until the soil has almost dried out before watering again. Temperature Average room temperatures are ideal. Feeding Feed once every two or three months.