The Scindapsus is a plant of the arum family (Araceae).
Originally the Scindapsus come from Malaysia. Meanwhile, these pretty and easy-care plants are very common as indoor plants. In addition to its attractive appearance, the easy care and the quick and uncomplicated propagation through cuttings have contributed to its spread.
Scindapsus pictus, forms creeping, climbing or hanging thin, rarely branching shoots. The large heart-shaped, smooth-edged leaves grow alternately. The silver-gray base color is spotted irregular green
Botany name: Scindapsus pictus arguraeus
Pot size: 12cm
Total height: about 15cm
Watering: moderately - and keep constantly moist. Do the fingering. The top layer should be dry before pouring again. But never completely dry the floor. Avoid waterlogging, this would damage the plant.
Fertilize: Spring to late fall every 2-3 weeks. Do not fertilize between November and February
Location: bright, no direct sun
Temperatures: the ideal temperatures for the Scinapsus are around 18 - 25 ° C