Scindapsus pictus 'Trebie'' is part of the Araceae family. It has large heart-shaped leaves which are olive green in colour and adorned with large silver splotches, it almost looks sparkly in the light.
This plant is toxic, keep out of reach of pets and children.
Pot: 12cm diameter
Foliage: Approximately 15cm
Featured in a Reuben pot.
Ceramic pot not included.
How do you take care of Pictus Scindapsus?
Care for Pictus Scindapsus by keeping it in warm temperatures between 18-24°C and keeping it out of draughts. These plants prefer moderate to high humidity, which can be achieved by grouping plants together, misting, using a humidifier and placing your plant on a tray of watered pebbles. These plants grow best in bright indirect light, they can tolerate a shadier spot but growth would be slower and you may notice it vining.
Is Scindapsus Pictus a pothos?
Scindapsus Pictus is also known as satin pothos, silver pothos or silver vine.
How often should I water Scindapsus?
Water Scindapsus moderately during the active growing period and then reduce watering during the winter. Feed with fertiliser (diluted to half the recommended dosage) every 2-3 weeks during the growing season.
Is Scindapsus poisonous?
Scindapsus is toxic and should be kept out of the reach of pets and children. The plant contains oxalates which can cause irritations for dogs or cats if ingested.