Not to be confused with the Scindapsus Pictus "Argyraeus" aka "Satin Pothos. The "Exotica" typically has larger leaves that may curl at its edges. Additionally, this Scindapsus display much more silvery variegation than the "satin" variety.
- Place this plant in an area that receives bright, indirect light
- Water when the first 1/3-1/5 of the soil is dry. When in doubt, this plant can tolerate a little bit of drought.
- The leaves will also tell you they need a little drink when they get droopy or soft.
- When repotting, use a well-draining, chunky potting mix and ensure that the planter it's in has drainage holes