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Scindapsus Pictus Silvery Ann

Scindapsus Pictus Silvery Ann

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The Scindapsus Silvery Ann is a strong plant, making it extremely suitable to be used in a green plant wall as creeper. This Scindapsus type has an additional quality that is beneficial to its surroundings: its air-filtering qualities. The plant produces oxygen, improves air humidity, neutralises harmful gases and in doing so cleanses the air.

Scindapsus Pictus Silvery Ann is a great plant to grow in hanging basket. Yet, if you want your plant to really achieve its full potential and grow large leaves, try letting it climb something like our brass plant support instead. The key here is providing the plant with a climbing surface made from organic matter. This allows the plant to grow its roots into the pole - and only then can the leaves can reach a truly impressive size!

Scindapsus Pictus Silvery Ann is an easy-to-grow plant that can adapt to very different conditions! It will thrive in bright indirect light, but can tolerate lower light environments. Use well-draining soil such as our Aroid potting mix. Only water it only when the top 3cm of the soil feel dry to the touch. This plant is very good at communicating its needs, so its leaves will start to curl when it’s really thirsty!

Fun fact: Each variety of Scindapsus Pictus has the ability to suddenly produce a leaf that will look like another cultivar. We have come across ‘Silvery Ann’ producing ‘Argyraeus’ leaves, and ‘Silver Splash’ suddenly growing an ‘Exotica’ patterned leaf, so don’t say this genus isn’t full of surprises!

Light: Scindapsus thrive best in medium to bright indirect light, but will tolerate much lower light conditions. However, be aware that loo little light might cause the leaves to lose their beautiful variegation. Do not expose your Scindapsus to direct light, which might scorch its leaves.

Watering: Water thoroughly when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. Scindapsus can tolerate underwatering, but are much less tolerant of overwatering, so make sure not to water it too much or it will wilt easily. Always remove excess water from the saucer to avoid the plant sitting in water. If the leaves of your Scindapsus start curling on both sides, you have underwatered your plant.


Scindapsus are toxic to pets and humans when ingested.

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