Small: 4 inch standard nursery pot.
She can tolerate lower lighting conditions but will do best in medium to bright indirect light. Direct light can cause the markings on the leaves to fade. This plant would do well on a north or east-facing windowsill or if you want to keep it in the south of the west-facing room simply pull it away from the light source so that it doesn’t receive direct sunlight.
These semi-succulent leaves do not want to be overwatered. One of the first signs that you could be watering this plant too much is the leaves becoming squishy to touch.
Allow the soil to dry out partially between waterings. Feel the top two inches of soil and as it begins to feel dry to touch give this plant a drink.
Plant Specific Care
She should be fine with the humidity level in most homes however if you live somewhere particularly dry you may want to consider adding some form of humidity by having a pebble tray filled with water. Things like heating systems can cause the air to dry out unnaturally so make sure you keep your her away from these.
A well-draining soil is great for her so a regular house plant potting mix with added perlite should work well.