Pot size (diameter): 8.5 cm, vine length may vary.
A more uncommon variety of Scindpaus, the Silvery Ann’s leaves are covered in large portions of silver-green, in comparison to the Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus which has smaller amounts of silver on it’s predominantly dark green leaves.
Pictus means 'painted' in Latin and refers to the silver variegation mentioned before.
This houseplant likes indirect light and really doesn’t want to be overwatered, stick to those two rules and you and the Scindapsus will get on just fine!
An easy-care, air-purifying houseplant perfect for beginners. This plant will actually let you know when it needs watering by curling it's leaves!
Light: Tolerant of medium light to bright indirect light, however too much light can cause brown, crispy tips on the leaves.
Water: Keep the soil moist water when the top ⅓ portion of soil dries out. This plant is slightly drought resistant but do try to avoid overwatering. For best results water from underneath with the use of a saucer to reduce the chance of root rot. Reduce watering during winter months.
Food: Feed twice monthly during the growing season but not during winter.
Humidity: High humidity will produce a happier plant but will tolerate a normal household humidity. A low humidity will cause brown, crispy tips on the leaves.
Scindapsus Pictus 'Silvery Ann'