he Scindapsus is a plant species of the Arum family (Araceae).
Originally the Scindapsus comes from Malaysia. Meanwhile these pretty and easy-care plants are very common as houseplants. In addition to their attractive appearance, their easy care and fast and uncomplicated propagation by cuttings have also contributed to their distribution.
Scindapsus pictus, forms creeping, climbing or hanging thin, rarely branching shoots. The large heart-shaped, smooth-edged leaves grow alternately. The silver-grey ground colour is irregularly green spotted.
Name: Ivy tute, spotted ivy tute
Botanical name: Scindapsus - Epipremnum
pot size: 12cm
Total height: approx. 15cm
Casting: Keep moderately and constantly moist. Take the finch test. The top layer should be dry before casting again. Never let the soil dry out completely. Avoid stagnant moisture, this would damage the plant.
Fertilise: Spring to late autumn every 2-3 weeks. Do not fertilize between November and February.
Location: bright, no direct sunlight