Scindapsus pictus “Satin Pothos” var "Argyraeus"
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.
Water: Regular but moderate watering, ideally once a week, or whenever the top of the soil feels dry.
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.