Light : She is shade tolerant but will grow quicker in medium to bright indirect sun
Water: Let her soil dry out between waterings. They do much prefer to be on the drier side. Water from the bottom up. So pop her nursery pot in a saucer of water and let her suck the water up through her roots.
Humidity: She is pretty hardy and doesn’t mind low humidity but if you want her to thrive then a bit of misting will do her well.
Temperature: Normal household temperature will suit her down to the ground.
Food: You really don’t need to feed her. You can every 6 months with general houseplant feed if you want to.
Toxicity: This lovely is mildly toxic to pets and people if ingested.