The ‘Silvery Anne’ is a cultivar of Scindapsis, known for its smaller heart shaped leaves with highly variegated and reflective flecks and patches of silver throughout. It makes for an easy to grow and care for houseplant that is adaptable to a variety of lighting conditions and is known to be low light tolerant. It has a trailing habit and looks very elegant placed in a hanging basket, cascading over a shelf, or climbing up a totem pole.
** 4-in nursery pot **
Ed's Plant Profile
- Scientific Name: Scindapsus Pictus
- Common Name: Silvery Ann
- Family: Araceae
- Native Range: Southeast Asia
Ed's Care Guide
- Light: Prefers medium to bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch its leaves, and too-little light may cause new growth to emerge lose variegation.
- Water: Water thoroughly and allow the top inch of soil to dry out between watering. Reduce watering in winter or colder climates. If you notice the foliage begin to wilt, you know it's time to give it some water!
- Humidity: Average household
- Temperature: 60-85F. Avoid cold drafts.
- Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves.
- Feeding: Fertilize monthly during spring and summer with water-soluble fertilizer diluted by half.
- Propagation: Stem Cuttings
- Growth: Trails to 3 ft or more. Use a totem or trellis to encourage strong growth and give the plant something to climb for a fun display!
- Common Pests: Mostly resilient to pests. Look out for fungus gnats and spider mites.
- Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets