It may be toxic to pets, but it’s safe for kids to interact with it. Children can appreciate this plant with its large, green, and waxy leaves. Plus, it stands upright and may become tall when left to grow. Because of its features, kids may show it off to their peers. For good reasons, it makes the young and old proud. After all, other than displaying decorative leaves, it is easy to manage. Once in a humid area with bright indirect sunlight, it can grow with little attention. Watering it once per week or every two weeks will suffice. Plus, it’s expressive in that its foliage will droop with overwatering. So kids can take responsibility for making it grow.
Many include it in the plants to give kids due to its usefulness. Its big and thick leaves clean the air. With it, a room can be free of allergens and other toxic elements. Also, children can enjoy its company due to its conversion of carbon dioxide to oxygen. It means that fresh air can circulate indoors when it’s around. Plus, it may survive in shaded areas near windows. Thus it doesn’t need to go outdoors to get sunlight. It’s excellent for kids, considering it grows tall fast after two seasons. Since it requires trimming to control it, adults may need to help their kids take care of it.