Satin Pothos

Satin Pothos

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15.00

  • Light watering She’s drought tolerant so forgiving of forgetful waterers. She likes a drink when her top two inches of soil are dry.
  • Most light conditions She’s highly adaptable and will manage in low light. She’ll grow best in bright, indirect light.
  • Humidity She likes a moist environment, so mist her regularly. If it’s an option, you could put her in the bathroom.
  • In spring and summer, give her a liquid fertiliser every month to help her make strong new growth.

About satin pothos

Satin pothos is growing in popularity as a houseplant. It’s very similar in looks to our bestselling golden pothos, but with a speckled silver variegation on the leaves. It’s found in the wild in countries like Borneo, Thailand and the Philippines, where it can grow up to three-metres tall, winding its way up larger trees. If there’s not a tree handy, it will spread along the ground. It hangs rather than climbs as an indoor plant, so give it a high spot where it can dangle. That said, there’s nothing to stop you training it up a wall. Because it’s used to growing in the shade of other trees, it’s very tolerant of most light levels. A superb choice for homes that don’t get a lot of natural light. It will also thank you if you give it a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer.Did you know?Despite its popular name, satin pothos is not a pothos at all. It just looks like one.

Extra Information:

  • Light watering She’s drought tolerant so forgiving of forgetful waterers. She likes a drink when her top two inches of soil are dry.
  • Most light conditions She’s highly adaptable and will manage in low light. She’ll grow best in bright, indirect light.
  • Humidity She likes a moist environment, so mist her regularly. If it’s an option, you could put her in the bathroom.
  • In spring and summer, give her a liquid fertiliser every month to help her make strong new growth.

About satin pothos

Satin pothos is growing in popularity as a houseplant. It’s very similar in looks to our bestselling golden pothos, but with a speckled silver variegation on the leaves. It’s found in the wild in countries like Borneo, Thailand and the Philippines, where it can grow up to three-metres tall, winding its way up larger trees. If there’s not a tree handy, it will spread along the ground. It hangs rather than climbs as an indoor plant, so give it a high spot where it can dangle. That said, there’s nothing to stop you training it up a wall. Because it’s used to growing in the shade of other trees, it’s very tolerant of most light levels. A superb choice for homes that don’t get a lot of natural light. It will also thank you if you give it a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer.Did you know?Despite its popular name, satin pothos is not a pothos at all. It just looks like one.