These plants are hardy in zones 10 to 11 and thrive in warm, humid conditions. Water them so that they're soaked through the roots until water pours out the drain holes, then wait until the soil has dried completely before watering again, which will be about once every one or two weeks. If the plant is in a dry area, you can place a tray filled with pebbles and rocks to help bring moisture to the air. Misting the leaves is even better. The plant may need more during water if the season is especially hot and arid, and during winter water the plant much less. Try not to get water on the trunk, or it can rot or become vulnerable to fungi.