A classic vining houseplant, Scindapsus Treubii ‘Moonlight’ or Scindapsus Moonlight, is well known for being easy to maintain with visually pleasing variegation. The spacklings here is more intense compare with Scindapsus Pictus ‘Argyraeus’ and Scindapsus Pictus ‘Exotica’.
In its natural habitat, the Scindapsus Treubii ‘Moonlight’ often grows up against larger trees and can therefore be places in spots without direct sunlight. A spot with indirect sunlight is ideal. It is a feast for the eyes and also a low-demanding plant. Are you a fan of trailing plants? Then place it in a beautiful plant hanger. Or do you prefer a climbing plant? Then you can easily let the it grow onto a moss pole.
Growing to 3 m tall in open ground, it is an evergreen climber. The Satin Pothos even made the top 10 in the NASA Clean Air Study conducted into air purifying houseplants, as it removes the harmful substances present in virtually all households, offices and schools.
The pictus is able to neutralise these harmful gases by absorbing them and breaking them down. The air humidity is improved by their regulating evaporation process. As they effectively convert CO² into oxygen, the air becomes healthier.