Both F. verschaffeltii with its red-veined ovaland creeping habit, and F. argyroneura with ivory-veined of similar shape are difficult plants to care for regardless of the location. They must have constant warmth, fairly heavy shade and high if they are to do well. However, in recent years a miniature form of the latter has appeared on the scene and is proving to be one of the most popular plant introductions. The leaves are small, congested and silvery and the plant has proved to be reasonably easy to care for, certainly much less of a problem than the parent from which it would seem to have sprung. It abhors direct sunlight and cold conditions, but otherwise seems very tolerant of room conditions. The simplest method of is to place a small plant in the centre of a pot of moist peat and to allow the plant to grow over the peat and into the medium. When rooted the pieces can be snipped off and potted up individually.