I found this plant at UP BLISS, Philcoa. I guess they grow this for its medicinal properties. I like the smooth almost reflective leaves. This plant is named lima-lima or fortune plant as it may have 5,6,7, 8 or 9 leaves.
Here is SED photo with nine leaves.
|Common name||Lima-lima, five fingers|
|Photographer||Dr. Ernesto P. Adorio|
|Identification||Fortune plant(Ella Bernales Jacildo), lima-lima(Al Claud)|
Second photo owned and copyrighted by SED(Susan Estrope Dicker) of Australia. Linked with permission.