|Native to Indonesia, this erect perennial reaches up to 24 inches tall and about as wide. Leaves are glaucus with unusual light green and silvery gray stalks. They are narrow to oval shaped and have wavy margins. Flowers resemble small greenish-white callas followed by yellow to red berries. Grown primarily for the foliage. This easy-care house plant prefers loose, rich potting soil and plenty of water, though it can survive just fine with very little. This plant is a wonderful choice if low light seems to be your problem. Mixes well with other houseplants, too. Occasionally, this "houseplant" is used outside in warm, tropical areas as a foundation planting on shady, north sides. Even if you live in cooler areas, consider grouping this and other favorite houseplants outside for the summer, giving a refreshing tropical look to the patio or terrace.