You can think of Scindapsus as Pothos' older, more mature cousin. Soft, velvet leaves with intricate speckles and an almost silvery coloration. This variety has smaller, cute leaves that vine and trail like a Pothos would. Fun fact: this plant will shingle if given the chance, try it out! We prefer to display them as shingling plants.
-These ladies will burn in direct sun but very bright filtered light is ideal for appropriate growth.
-Leaves will curl when thirsty but they don't like to get too dry for too long. Water about once a week.