Silvery Ann Pothos

Scindapsus Pictus ‘Silver Ann’

Growzone: 9-11

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This Plants Growzone: 9-11
Growing Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 6" - 8"
Mature Width: 18"+
Classification: Colorful Foliage
Sunlight: Fluorescent to bright, direct light
Habit: Trailing
Flower Color: Does not flower indoors (white spathe)
Foliage: Green and silver
Soil Condition: Regular potting mix
Water Requirements: Likes to stay slightly moist
Uses: Best in hanging baskets or plant stands to cascade

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Silvery Ann Pothos has intriguing silver and green tear-shaped foliage with a tendency to trail and cascade. For that reason, Pothos does well in hanging baskets or plant stands where the foliage can vine freely, covering space other plants can't.


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Easy to Care for Silvery Ann Pothos Plants

Silvery Ann Pothos is an incredibly low maintenance houseplant, and is also known as Devil's Ivy because it is so difficult to kill. It is an excellent choice for first time houseplant buyers because it handles missed watering and minimal light without consequence. Pothos has a tendency to trail and cascade, making it ideal for hanging baskets or containers in plant stands so it can cascade naturally. This plant takes extremely well to pruning, and can be kept more compact and branching if it is trimmed occasionally. Silvery Ann Pothos is known to remove toxins, specifically formaldehyde, benzene and xylene from the air indoors. Silvery Ann Pothos has intriguing silver and green tear shaped foliage with a tendency to trail and cascade. For that reason, Pothos does well in hanging baskets or plant stands where the foliage can vine freely, covering space other plants can't. The other name for Pothos is Devil's Ivy because it is so difficult to kill, and that's exactly what makes it a great houseplant for beginners. Pothos is on NASA's Clean Air List because it removes formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene from the air. This plant does best in fluorescent to bright, indirect light and likes to stay slightly moist but accepts a missed watering here or there. Pothos are incredibly easy to take care of, and there are several different color varieties, including Jade, Marble Queen, and Neon.


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