Though we love all Scindapsus; this newer cultivar 'Silvery Ann', which has coloration and leaf shape similar to Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus'; has certainly won our hearts with its extra silvery splashes across the leaves.
4.5" or 6" pot
(6" are not quite as silvery as the 4.5"- bright filtered light should restore the silver coloration)
Place in pot with drainage hole. Water regularly, allowing top 1/3 of soil to dry out between waterings. Leaves will begin to curl inward when plant is ready for water. Yellowing leaves may indicate overly moist soil.
Bright indirect light. If leaves have decreasingly less variegation, more light is likely needed.
Provide humidity if leaves remain curled even when plant is properly hydrated. Scindapsus are shingling plants in their native habitat- you can train these to climb a redwood or cedar board.
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