Radiator Plants are low growing, clump forming plants and create an interesting foreground feature. Naturally found in tropical rainforests in Brazil, which means it doesn’t appreciate low temperatures and will do well with relatively high humidity
They require well drained soil which is constantly moist and high humidity with temperatures ideally between 18-24ºC. Given these conditions they will grow in bright light or shade, but avoid direct hot light shining on them as this will quickly scorch the leaves.
Limp leaves and stems maybe a sign of both underwatering and overwatering, but it would be easy to distinguish between too much or too little water by checking the soil. If leaves start losing colour, that tends to be due to lack of light.
|Lighting||Bright or Shade|