Gaining in popularity, the Satin Pothos is a pretty little vine plant, decorated with delicate speckles of silver on its variegated foliage. Its heart-shaped leaves will trail and climb, making it a wonderfully versatile plant. When happy the Satin Pothos forms bushy tufts of foliage at the top that loosely trails off and dangle. A hardy specimen, this plant is super easy-going and perfect for a budding botanist or seasoned expert.
Native to the tropical rainforest of southeastern Asia, this plant will grow up to 3 feet tall when kept indoors.
Requires a bright, well-lit space but can handle moderate light. Avoid direct sunlight which may harm the leaves.
Water when the soil begins to feel dry, but avoid letting it dry out completely. Ideally keep the watering regular, roughly once a week, and potentially more in the growing seasons. It's always best to test how the soil feels before watering. Leave it alone if it feels moist.
This plant is pretty easy-going, making ideal for a novice or expert alike. Like all tropical plants, they enjoy a regular misting, aim for once a week (or more)
This plant is toxic if ingested so keep away from small children and pets.
Your Satin Pothos currently lives in a (12cm diameter, 9cm height) nursery pot.
They're 20cm in height from pot base to leaf tip, and can vines can grow to be roughly 100cm long.