The ‘Satin Pothos’ isn’t actually a Pothos at all, though it behaves similarly to one. Whilst it’s relatively new to houseplant nurseries (in comparison to the snake plant), it has gained a lot of popularity due to it’s variegated leaves. These leaves will produce the most interesting patterns when faced with consistent sunlight.
It’s a great trailing plant and is used to growing around tall trees in it’s native South East Asia, often reaching lengths of round 3 or more feet. If you treat it right, you can produce similar results at home.
Commonly known as: Satin Pothos, Silky Pothos, Epipremnum pictum Argyraeus
Horticultural Name: Scindapsus pictus
Origin: Southeast Asia
Nursery Pot Size (s): 12cm, 17cm
Current Length: Approx 15cm, 30/40cm
Ultimate Length: Can reach up to 3m
Light: Will grow best in moderate light levels but can tolerate shadier spots.
Watering: Water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry. Drought tolerant. Enjoys a humid environment so regular misting will promote growth. Do not let the soil become soggy.
Temperature: 18-29°C is optimal, try not to expose it to cold temperatures or drafts.
Additional Info: Air Purifying, Not pet safe if ingested.
Pot/Macrame sold separately.