Pothos Pictus - Silvery AnnRegular price R 235.00
Scientific Name: Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann'
Common Names: Pothos Pictus, Satin Pothos, Silver Vine
- Unique patterned foliage
- Extra Silvery
- Trailing Plant
- Wide-range of light levels
- Plant level: Easy
The Pothos - Pictus 'Silvery Ann' is a velvety-leaved stunner that cascades with grace. Having heart-shaped foliage that is adorned with silvery specks, this is a must-have specimen for any collector.
Aside from looking gorgeous, this speckled beauty is also very easy to keep! Is there anything better than that?
Thanks to its fuss-free nature and freckled heart-shaped leaves, this trailing plant is sure to please. In fact, you can put it just about anywhere in your home or office since it can handle a wide range of light levels, although it prefers medium to bright filtered light to look its best.
Watering is relatively easy as well, as they prefer to dry out between waterings, and a good indicator that it is time to drink is curling foliage. But still, check the soil with your finger for dryness before just pouring water on it.
Trailing habits and silvery foliage makes them an excellent addition to any urban jungle, adding contrast against a leafy green backdrop, or will pop against a white wall.
Check out our Hanging Plant and Table Top Plant Collections for more stunning options.
Let your Pothos Plant shine with these styling tips:
- Consider planting two together and pairing it with a Classical Black Pot for something that pops.
- Try combining with a Plant Hanger and White Ceramic Pot for something sleek and modern, it'll grow fast and fill the pot quickly.
- For an outstanding quirky shelf display, pair this beauty with a Terracotta Pippin Planter.
Follow these instructions to keep your Pothos Pictus healthy and happy.
Water: Water thoroughly and allow the soil to dry out. Be cautious of keeping the soil soggy which can lead to overwatering.
Light: Likes bright, indirect light best, but can handle lower light levels as well.
Humidity: Normal humidity requirements, no need to adjust.
Fertilise: Feed monthly during Spring through Autumn with a liquid fertiliser diluted by half.
Please note: Scindapsus is considered toxic, and best kept out of reach of pets and children.