Answer: Once the flowers have faded you can cut off the stem close to the base. Try not to damage any foliage when you do this. This plant tolerates somewhat dim light, but a bright spot without direct sun is best. Keep the soil slightly moist while it is actively growing from spring to fall. In the fall, move it to a cooler (55 degrees) location, reduce watering and stop fertilizing to give it a short "rest". When you see a bloom stem begin to appear, increase the watering slightly. Do not repot this plant until it is so crowded the pot is about to break; it likes to be crowded and hates being transplanted or divided. I hope this helps!
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