A relative of Epipremnum aureum, Satin Pothos has large, heart shaped matte green leaves with silvery-white splotches and edges. It is more compact than its cousin and makes a beautiful hanging plant, with an elegant, satin sheen. It can be trained to grow along the edges of shelves.
Satin pothos is a tropical evergreen climber native to Southeast Asia, including Bangladesh, Borneo, Java, Malaya, the Philippines, Sulawesi, Sumatera, and Thailand belonging to the Monstereae family, which includes about 40 Scindapsus species.
Due to the uneven silvery appearance of the leaf, its botanical name is from the Greek word, which means "upon tree trunks," and pictus, which means "painted."
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