Scindapsus pictus “Satin Pothos” var "Silvery Ann"
Scindapsus pictus, or Satin pothos, has this common name because of its satin leaves. Leaves have a natural glow and a velvet kind of feel to the touch that enchants everyone. This vining plant looks awesome in hanging planters, and it’s pretty easy to care for. This listing is for the Silvery Ann variety, which has lighter marks on the leaves.
Water: Regular but moderate watering, let dry between waterings.
Light: Bright indirect sunlight.
Special Feature: Good houseplant for beginners. Velvet shiny leaves.
Toxicity: It is toxic to cats, dogs and children when ingested.
*Plants are unique in their nature, remember not a single plant is exactly like another. Pictures of the plant depict an approximate size.
*Plants come in propagation pots.