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Money Plant Scindapsus(Green) - Plant

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Money Plant Scindapsus(Green) - Plant

Common Name: Money Plant
Botanical Name: Scindapsus
Type: Annual
Bloom Time: Rarely flowers
Bloom Description: rarely flowers indoors
Sun: Part shade
Water: Medium
Soil: Well-Drained, Average
Maintenance: Medium
Flower: Insignificant
Leaf: Colorful, Evergreen
Other: Winter Interest


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Money Plant Scindapsus(Green), commonly known as satin pothos or silk pothos, is a slow-growing tropical evergreen climber in the Arum family.Outdoor plants typically grow to 3-6’ (less frequently to 10’) tall if grown through a tree, over a pergola, or against a wall. Sometimes leaves on a mature plant will have both entire and pinnate leaves. This plant is typically cultivated in its juvenile phase which features ovate, entire leaves (3-4” long) with heart-shaped bases. Each leaf is satin-textured and matte green to deep green above decorated with irregular silver-gray blotches, but paler and unblotched beneath.


Planting & Caring -

Popularly grown as a houseplant, achieving its best indoor container growth at room temperatures ranging from 65 to 85 degrees Avoid temperatures that dip below 60 degrees F. because the cooler air may damage plant foliage. Containers are best placed in bright indirect light. Avoid direct sun. Use a peaty potting mix. Apply fertilizer monthly and keep the soil consistently moist during the growing season, but reduce fertilizing and watering over winter. Pinch stems to shape as needed. New plants are easily propagated from 4-inch stem cuttings taken in spring or early summer.