A wild new contender against the old favourite zamifolia, this is a much stockier and denser cultivar. It grows lower to the ground with smaller spaces between the leaves, but has many of the same characteristics.
It is happiest kept in high light conditions with minimal watering. It also enjoys being pot bound, so there is no need to re-pot until it has actually broken out of the pot it is in.
Be careful when moving it around, as the base of the leaves (that look like stems) can easily be snapped at the base. This can be exacerbated by overwatering, which softens the leaves and can lead to rotting.