Scindapsus is one of the houseplants that are starting to rise on their fame. Even Scindapsus is easy to take care of and pest resistant, many of us still don’t know how many species they had. Today we will talk about some Scindapsus that are recently known in the houseplant community. Some Scindapsus could be really hard to find or simply just to be found.
Scindapsus Jade Satin
One of the Scindapsus with a heart-shaped leaf which has a plain dark green color. You can feel their foliage would be softer compared to any Scindapsus. This is why they are named after satin.
If you put Scindapsus Jade Satin under the sun directly, you can see a slight glimmer shine. But don’t let them stay under the sun directly since they prefer to stay in the bright indirect sun.
Scindapsus Treubii Dark
Thick, sturdy, deep green almost black color is Scindapsus Treubii Dark characteristics Scindapsus Treubii Dark are low light tolerant plants, but sometimes you need to put them in bright areas to help them grow faster. Low light for such a long time could make them grow slower.. If you put them in a bright area, their green would be brighter.
Scindapsus Lucens has been quite famous since the beginning of the Scindapsus trend. Their blue-ish foliage is their charm. When you grow them right, the healthy Scindapsus Lucens would have a blue-ish green saturated color. Scindapsus Lucens has
Scindapsus Moonlight has oval-shaped foliage and could grow bigger up to 7cm. Green color with sage brushed along their foliage is their distinct appearance. Use a stick to help them crawl to get their potential growth.
Scindapsus Pictus Exotica
One Scindapsus that is known as a starter for the Scindapsus world is Scindapsus Pictus Exotica. Some people are also called Satin Pothos..
As native to southeast asia countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Scindapsus Pictus Exotica loves to have a high humidity environment. Beside their beauty, they could purify air too.
Scindapsus Silver Lady
Imagine having Scindapsus Pictus Exotica mixed with Scindapsus Jade Satin. That’s how Scindapsus Silver Lady looks. It is a bit hard to see the difference with Scindapsus PictusExotica but Scindapsus Silver Lady has more silver color.
Scindapsus Silver Lady are high tolerance with low light environments like bathroom and kitchen. To get their potential growth, a support trail would really help.
Scindapsus is surely vining plants that you can’t love. They are easy to take care of and generally can tolerate in most environment.
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