Satin Pothos’ beautiful variegated leaves shimmer silver and trail delicately. They make a fantastic hanging plant and can easily be trained up walls, bannisters, mirrors turning your home into a tropical paradise.
Plant Height: 45cm Pot Size: 15cm hanging basket
How To Care For Satin Pothos
Allow the soil to dry between watering to avoid root-rot. A good general guide is once every 2 weeks, but make sure you monitor the soil moisture. You can do this easily with a soil & light tester.
Satin Pothos can survive in an array of light conditions from low-light, to bright indirect sunlight.
You don’t need to fuss over Satin Pothos’ humidity levels. Just keep the leaves dust-free away from drafts of radiator heat which expose plants to extreme conditions.
A free draining, nutritious soil is best for Satin Pothos. Try to use peat-free compost wherever possible.
Treat to a houseplant fertiliser feed once per month during spring and summer, reducing during the dormancy periods in winter.
You can easily propagate satin pothos by cutting the leaves on either side of a node and training the roots in water.
About Satin Pothos
Satin Pothos’ beautiful variegated leaves shimmer silver and trail delicately. They make a fantastic hanging plant and can easily be trained up walls, bannisters, mirrors turning your home into a tropical paradise. This easy-care plant can survive in low-light conditions, bright sunlight and can go for short periods without water.
Scindapsus Pictus, commonly known as Satin Pothos, is a great choice for a worry-free trailing plant and grows quickly indoors. Being a plant that propagates easily means you can soon turn your one Pothos into 3, 5, 10 or more.
Please note: this plant comes in a plastic nursery pot. Browse our entire range of plant pots to add that extra charm and character to your home.