This popular houseplant gets its name from the gigantic size of its shiny leaves which can get up to 5ft tall and 3ft across in nature! I recently posted a picture of one in my Instagram feed showing how large and beautiful these plants can get when grown in a tropical climate. When used as a houseplant they leaves don’t get quite as large but still large enough to create a lush tropical vibe. They do well in bright, indirect light and are somewhat drought tolerant. Although they were ubiquitous a few years ago, they’re relatively hard to find now.