Scindapsus pictus trebie
Scindapsus pictus 'trebie' is more commonly known as Satin Pothos. The leaves have a striking silvery variegation produced by air pockets between the layers of leaf cells. The air pockets help to reflect the light in the shady conditions of south east Asian forests.
This species of Scindpsus is identified by its larger leaf growth and fuller variegation. We've also noted that the plant puts less energy into its vine growth, compared to its cousin the Argyraeus.
Scindapsus are a tree climbing epiphyte and can be found chilling up in the canopy. They grow best in semi-shaded positions. Keep your Scindapsus out of any direct sun in summer. As an epiphyte they like their medium to dry out through the top half. If your Scindapsus is dehydrated you may notice the leaves begin to curl inward.
All plants are sold in their nursery pots. Decorative pots are sold seperately. You can choose your pot from our Pot Collection. You have the option to hang your Scindapsus or place it in decorative pot on a shelf. Pictured is the Trebie in our medium Raw Stone pot.
Do not pot directly into our decorative pots. It's much better to keep your plant in its nursery pot to allow adequate drainage.
Plant in nursery pot, 15cm diameter - £23.50
Length - 20cm approx
Please note: plants may slightly vary in shape and size from the example image.