Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann'

40 cm high & pot from 14 cm diameter

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Taking care of your Scindapsus

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Water: Doorsnee dorst

Beste plaats: Slaapkamer, badkamer, keuken

Licht: Graag in de halfschaduw

Luchtzuiverende plant!

Bij groei: voeding 1x per maand
(Dau voeding maar 2x per jaar)

Zorgniveau: Voor groentjes

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About this Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann'


This silver-spotted Scindapsus is native to the jungles of Southeast Asia and Indonesia. The Greek name for the family of this plant is 'Epipremnum'. This is an appropriate name for this tropical tree climber: 'epi' means 'on' and 'premnon' means 'branch'. This plant therefore fits into any interior, both as a hanging plant and on your shelf.

Other names:Satin Pothos, Silver Pothos, Pothos Silvery Ann

Frequently asked questions about the Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann'

What is the Scindapsus still called?

The full name of this Scindapsus is Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann' . The plant is also called Epipremnum 'Silvery Ann' .

How do my plant and pot arrive to me safely?

It goes without saying that we pack your Scindapsus with the necessary care and attention. We take both the protection factor and sustainability into account.

Each plant is wrapped in such a way that it cannot slide, the leaves are protected and the potting soil does not fly around. This way, your Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann' will arrive radiant for your first meeting (but feel free to stay jogging).

Will my Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann' look like the photo?

Plants are living things. What they look like can vary from day to day. However, your plant will always be approximately the same size, with the same pot size and have approximately the same number of leaves as the plant in the photo. But your new beauty will always be unique! Nice is not it?

Dimensions you can count on: 40 cm high & pot from 14 cm diameter

What is the MPS Sustainability Score?

You can find more information here about the standards that Dau complies with to offer you only sustainable products.

What is the difference between small, medium or big thirst?

That's all well and good, but how do I know when my plant is thirsty? You know that by feeling! A plant that has little thirst may dry out almost completely. Does your pot weigh very light? Then it's probably time! Plants with average thirst may dehydrate up to 50%. Stick your finger in the soil (or use a water meter), do you feel wetness before you reach the center of the pot? Then it is best to wait a while before watering again. Plants that are very thirsty should only dry out by a few centimeters. Feel with your finger whether the soil on the surface is still wet, then it is best to wait a little longer before pouring. Once the first 10-20% of the top soil is dry, it's time for a sip!

What is the best way to water my Scindapsus ?

It is best to water (almost all plants) from above until the water runs out from the bottom through the holes in your pot.

Then you know he's had enough. Plants that you had forgotten for a moment (we don't judge) and that are very dry, may want to be left with their pot in the water for an hour afterwards. This way they have plenty of time to drink enough.

Buy Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann' from Dau

Caring for plants is caring for yourself. We believe in that! You can easily order your Scindapsus pictus 'Silvery Ann' online.

We ensure smooth delivery, with care for your plant.

On average we deliver within 3 working days.