Scindapsus Silvery Ann 4''
We’ve spotted a real beauty here. She’s easy to get along with...unless it’s cold. What can we say, she’s exotic. She likes it warm. By warm, we mean anything over 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Light: She does best in medium to bright indirect sunlight but she’s easy going right? So she’ll tolerate low light. She’s happiest out of the direct sun but the brighter the better for this one.
Water: In the warmer months she likes it damp but in the winter months it’s best to let her soil dry before her next watering.
Toxicity: She’s a real beauty but she packs a punch. If ingested by pets she could burn their mouth and if her sap stays on your hands for too long she could also burn your skin. She’s best where she can’t be reached by pets or children. She doesn’t mean to hurt you, but beauty is pain right?
Repotting Needs: When she’s ready for a new home her roots will start to form a ball. It’s best to move her in the winter or spring months before she has too much new growth. A pot that’s 2”-3” larger with a fast draining potting soil is all she needs and she’s good to go!
*Gold dish shown for styling purpose only