All About Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’
Posted on December 10 2022
Welcome to the world of Scindapsus pictus! Are you still on the fence about which cultivar to purchase? While we are big believers in buying them all (of course!), here’s what makes the Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’ unique: It arguably has the most silver-satin variegation than the other types of Scindapsus pictus, with large glistening patches. As far as size goes, the leaves are relatively small (similar to the Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus), giving it an adorable, compact growth pattern we all love!
Meet Your Match:
- Nickname: Satin Pothos, Silver Pothos
- About the Family: The Scindapsus pictus Silvery Ann is a relative of other Scindapsus varieties, such as Exotica and Silver Satin.
- Understanding the Family Tree: Araceae (Family), Scindapsus (Genus), Scindapsus pictus (Species), Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’ (Cultivar).
- Hometown: Tropical Asia.
How to Care for Your Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’:
- Watering: Allow the first 1-2 inches to dry and leaf edges to curl slightly before rewatering.
- Humidity: Average-High.
- Soil: Well-draining mix.
- Fertilizer: Balanced fertilizer every 4 weeks during the growing season.
- Environment: Keep your Scindapsus in bright indirect light and temperatures above 65 degrees.
- Propagation: Stem cuttings.
- Toxicity: Toxic to people and pets.
The Best Unboxing Practices:Properly caring for your newly unboxed Scindapsus pictus Silvery Ann for the first week of its new life is crucial to the extended wellness of your plant. Follow these practices to get the best results:
- Watering: Exotic Forest ships freshly watered plants. Do not water your Scindapsus pictus Silvery Ann until it exhibits the proper signs.
- Repotting: Do not immediately repot your plant, which would likely result in shock and leaf-loss. Allow it to acclimate to its new environment for at least one week.
- Lighting: Place your Scindapsus in filtered, low light for a few days to acclimate. Relocate your Scindapsus pictus Silvery Ann to your desired location that fits its care needs afterward. Do not ever place a freshly un-boxed plant in direct sun.
What You’re Getting:
- You will receive a carefully selected, quality evaluated 6” diameter plant. All Exotic Forest plants are rooted and thriving.
What Makes Us Special:
- Shipment Methods: Plants are precious, and we want yours to arrive safely! We ship our plants via UPS, with a maximum of 4-day shipping.
- Our Packing: Have you received ‘squished’ plants from other companies? Our solution to this common issue is bamboo stakes and biodegradable packing peanuts (starch), which securely holds your plant in place during shipment.
- Chemical-free: We are committed to keeping our plants and customers safe. We never treat our plants with chemical pesticides.
- Quality Standards: Exotic Forest strives to meet stringent quality standards and evaluates each plant we resource from our nursery. Pest-free, healthy plants are a requirement!
- Customer Service: Your satisfaction is our priority. If you are experiencing issues with or have questions about how to care for your Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’, reach out to us at email@example.com or via our social media accounts. Are you tired of receiving pre-written responses? We believe that plant parents want to talk to people, not robots. A knowledgeable team member reads and replies to each individual concern: no cookie-cutter answers here!
- Returns: While we do not accept returns at this time, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with photos of your plant and receipt to discuss the specific plant care issues you’re experiencing with your Scindapsus pictus ‘Silvery Ann’ and possible resolutions.
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FAQ about Scindapsus pictus Silvery Ann:
- What’s the difference between the Scindapsus pictus vs Silvery Ann? The “Silvery Ann” is a type of Scindapsus pictus, which are all bunched in the category of “Satin Pothos”. So, in a nutshell: there is no difference. There are differences between the different cultivars of Scindapsus Pictus (such as the Exotica, Silver Satin, etc), however. Leave size and variegation amount varies.
- Is Scindapsus a Pothos? No, while they are cousins on the plant-family tree, Scindapsus and Epipremnum (AKA Pothos) are two separate gena.
- What’s the difference between the Scindapsus pictus vs Epipremnum? As you’ve already gathered, these two “gena” are related but different. Scindapsus Pictus has dark green leaves with silver variegation (the leaf size and amount of variegation depend on the cultivar you select). “Epipremnum” is the scientific name for “Pothos,” which come in all types of shapes, sizes, and colors (just not that addictive silver). While both are easy-care plants, the Scindapsus requires higher levels of light and more frequent watering.