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Closely related to Epipremnum pictum Argyraeus and Trebie, Silvery Ann is predominantly silvery on top of heart shaped green leaves. The leaves get more silvery as they mature. This plant is ideal as a hanging plant but can also climb up a moss pole.
Silvery Ann has smaller leaves compared to Trebie and is not one of the fastest growing plants, however its stems can eventually trail up to 3 metres in length. Trim back to maintain shape and create a lush plant.
Other common names of this stunning plant include Silver Vine, Silver Cloud, Silk Pothos and Silver Philodendron. Pictus means 'painted' and is a reference to its lovely silvery variegation.
How to root your Scindapsus Pictus Silvery Ann cutting
Like Pothos, Scindapsus is one of the easiest indoor plants to propagate and you can choose to root your cutting in soil, water or in your choice of propagation substrate such as sphagnum moss, fern fibre, leca etc.
Water propagation is the fastest and easiest way to root your Silvery Ann cutting. Fill your glass or jar with filtered water or allow the tap water to sit out in the open for a while to let the chlorine dissipate. Submerge the lower 1-2 nodes of your pothos cutting in the water with the leaves up above. Make sure that no leaves are touching the water as this could lead to rot.
Then, place in a warm spot that receives plenty of bright, indirect light (no direct sun though) and change the water regularly until the roots are at least an inch long and your cutting is ready to be planted in soil.
Water / Humidity: This plant is very drought tolerant, so water sparingly, especially in the winter. Let the first 4-6 cm of soil dry fully between waterings. Tolerant with normal room humidity conditions.
Light: Bright, indirect light is ideal, but also tolerant of lower light conditions (will grow slower).
Soil / Nutrients: Well draining soil. You can apply a few drops of general houseplant fertilizer to the soil once a month from spring to summer, reduce nutrients during autumn and winter.
Temperature: The range of 15 - 25°C is ideal.
Fresh or rooted cuttings available.
Cutting size: Various available. Cutting shown in the 1st photo is a 2-node cutting. 1-node (1 leaf) cuttings are also available.
Mother plant is for reference only (not for sale).
Fresh cuttings will be cut to order and couriered in sphagnum moss to start the rooting process. All our cuttings come safely secured in our eco-friendly packaging (even our tape is compostable!).