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An on-trend Satin Pothos with speckled silver variegation on the leaves
Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: NoLight level: Medium Light
The Satin Pothos, with its speckled silver variegation on the leaves, is a fabulous trailing houseplant. It’s the velvety, pale green, variegated leaves with flecks of silver that make this fast-growing plant oh so special. Originally found growing in rainforests, the Satin Pothos is used to sitting in shadier spots under trees, making it a great all rounder and a fab choice for homes that don’t get a lot of natural light.
Other common names include Silver Vine, Silver Cloud, Silk Pothos and Silver Philodendron. In Latin, it also goes by the name Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus.
Please note that as this is a natural plant, the variety of Pothos may vary from the photo. We think all of its patterns are beautiful!
Let this trailing beauty cascade down from a high shelf and he will transform your living space.
Our Satin Pothos AKA Scindapsus Pictus like a little bit of humidity. If the tips of the leaves are browning, it could be because the room is a little too dry. Mist those leaves and he will perk up. Water thoroughly and allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings; too much will cause the delicate roots to rot.
Note, yellowing leaves are a symptom of overwatering. Check it’s not sitting in water in the ceramic. Easy to care for and will be happy in most spots in your home, just avoid direct sunlight in the Summer months, as this will scorch the leaves.
Satin Pothos Care Guide
The beautiful Satin Pothos is all about the silver dotty heart-shaped leaves. It’s a climbing plant so perfect for a high shelf, placed in a macramé hanger or trained around an archway in your home. In its natural habitat,...
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