Scindapsus pictus exotica
Scindapsus pictus exotica's heart shaped leaves are larger than the other pictus varieties, donning more exquisitly silvery shimmering variegated leaves. This plant is succulent in nature, yet has a velvety exterior. This plant is commonly referred to as Satin Pothos. This plant thrives in temperarures above 60- 65 degrees and loves humidity, but does not require it to thrive. It will grow several feet in length or vine up a totem or moss pole. When propagating, it is best to use spagnum or water.
However, using soil may result in some leaves curling and not responding well. As an established plant, it prefers to get relatively dry between waterings. If many yellowing leaves are present, it is eitehr a sign of overwatering orunderwatering. It is also a sign of not enough sunlight. This plant responds well to supplimental light (grow lights).
Plant is as shown in picture and comes in a 4inch pot. Allow 6 moths of grwth before repotting.