Scindapsus Pictus ‘Argyraeu’


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Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeu, also known as Satin Pothos, is part of the Aracae family and known for its matte green foliage with silver markings.

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Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeu, also known as Satin Pothos, is part of the Aracae family and falls under Scindapsus genus together with other two varieties: Silvery Anne and Exotica. Despite many common names it is not a Pothos nor a Philodendron however it is also a very hardy plant. One of the most sought after characteristics of Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeu is it’s foliage- matte green with silver splashes. Although the leaves look similar on all three varieties of Scindapsus, they do have a differentiating factor- Argyraeu’s leaves are smaller than its sister plants with much less of the silver markings.

Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeu is a species of plant native to warm and humid regions of Sumatra, Sulawesi, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo, and Java where it grows as an epiphyte. Satin Pothos prefers a well draining potting mix and something to climb on. It can be also grown as a hanging plant. Consider attaching it to our Brass Plant Support or letting it grow over Golden Plant Stake. This plant is a great air-purifier!

Size: the plant can be expected to be between 25-40cm long and it comes in a 15cm plastic pot

Care Tips for Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeu:

Light: bright indirect sunlight, can tolerate low light

Soil: well draining potting mix

Water: water when top 3cm of soil is dry, let it dry out between watering

Repotting: when roots grow out of the pot

Delivery Time.

Germany 1-3 days

For all other countries delivery time can range from 3-10 days.

At the moment we are processing the orders on Mondays only – so if you order from us on a Wednesday it won’t be processed until the following Monday.


An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant at the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. The eventually delivered plant may differ in for example size, number of flower branches, etc.