This rare plant is newer to the hobby, and is being hotly collected right now. They enjoy warm, humid, and moist conditions, and despite looking similar to an aglaonema, they are not. The backs of the leaves are a gorgeous deep burgundy, which contrast the tops of them in silver and dark green. Don't let this plant dry out ever, or it will reward you with crispy leaves, or even death. That being said, also don't keep it soaked or it could rot. Bright, indirect light indoors will help keep your Apoballis a happy-ballis!