Silver Satin Pothos
This striking tropical plant is a fairly new variety—loved for its full growth and unusual coloring. It grows fuller and is less vining than other Pothos, and cascades splendidly in a hanging planter or on a shelf where there is room for it to spread.
The Silver Pothos has large, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves that are streaked with silvery gray markings that give it a satin sheen. This plant will revert to solid green and will not have much growth if it resides in a low light area. Your Silver Pothos will flourish and be happiest in bright, indirect light.
Silver Pothos is also a living air purifier, removing toxins found in carpet, paint, plastics, and insulation, making it a healthy and beautiful addition for your space!
Use these instructions to care for a Silver Satin. This guide will tell you how to water a Silver Satin; its light, temperature, humidity preferences and any additional care it might need to help it grow.
Low to Partial — Low to bright indirect light
Water every 1 - 2 weeks or when the top 2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch.
Your Silver Satin is not pet-friendly. It can cause mouth irritation and digestive reaction.
Your Silver Satin is an air purifying plant! It removes Formaldehyde, Xylene, and Benzene from the air.
Planter Options & Dimensions:
- Giverny (Black, White, Red, Indigo, Coral, Brown): 14 cms Tall x 16 cms Diameter
- Mirabell Ceramic (White, Blush, Black, Red, Coffee, Indigo): 14 cms Tall x 14.5 cms Diameter
- Pozas (Black, White, Red, Indigo, Coral, Brown): 16 cms Tall x 15.5 cms Diameter
*Our nursery pots are only available in TERRACOTA color. The rest of our Stoneware Ceramic Planters are available in White, Blush, Black, Red, Coffee & Indigo.
The image makes reference to plant style and color. However, Dásos Pothos may vary in size and height.
Each plant comes with its branded care card, direct access to Dásos Farms experts, and our guarantee to be there every step of the way. We aim to make the experience of being a plant parent as wonderful as the plant itself.