4" Scindapsus Silvery Ann
Bright indirect light
Allow soil to dry almost completely
Scindapsus Silvery Ann is a sport of the popular Scindapsus Pictus. Scindapsus Silvery Ann has green leaves with large areas of silver variegation on them.
Scindapsus Silvery Ann enjoys being in a hanging basket but if you allow it to climb it will shine and outperform other plants in the room! We recommend one of our coco poles for optimum growth.
Caring for your Scindapsus Silvery Ann is simple. Provide your plant with a well draining soil rich in organic matter. Allow it to mostly dry out between watering, making sure it does not sit in excess water. If your Scindapsus Silvery Ann leaves begin to curl, this is a sign that it's thirsty -- so give it a drink. Place your plant in a brightly lit room where it receives bright indirect light.
Scindapsus are native to tropical areas in Southeast Asia.
While easily confused with and sometimes referred to as Pothos, they are in fact their own genus!
Scindapsus has quickly began gaining popularity as an easy to care for houseplant with unique colorful foliage.
The most common Scindapsus species, pictus, has many different variations -- all extremely popular and collectable. Their foliage comes in an assortment of colors but generally you'll find them with lots of silver and green variegation.
Generally easy to care for, Scindapsus will tell you when they're thirsty! Their leaves will curl as a signal that they need to be watered.
Scindapsus are commonly used in hanging baskets, but they also love to climb! We recommend a coco pole for these plants so they maintain nice sized foliage.
This plant has a full and bushy head and a start of a trailer. So well packed and no damaged leaves.