I do the apple cider vinegar fruit trap, but never broke the tension of the vinegar with a couple drops of dish soap. Hmm maybe I'll collet more with this method. Make a super easy and effective trap to rid your kitchen of pesky fruit flies.
Basselinia gracilis (Dwarf) A tiny form of B. gracilis from high altitude (to 1600 m / 5300 ft.) in the north of New Caledonia with small, sparsely divided, very leathery leaves and blackish to reddish crownshafts.
Good example of layering - can use these sorts of plants in most of your garden beds. So you've got tall palms at the back, the Elephant ear adds drama, the cordylines (red ones) colour, and the lower philodendron covers the ground.