Each leaf is completely different from the other with this plant; the variation of silver patches give it its "Silvery Ann" name. Scientific name is Scindapsus pictus.
Yes toxic to cats & dogs, humans
|Common or Rare||
Native to SE Asia regions
How do you care for this plant?
|Light||Low to bright indirect light|
Water to keep soil somewhat moist but not oversaturated, about once a week
What are some design and styling suggestions?
Add the Silvery Ann plant to your library collection or bookcase for some unique trailing green. The silver color adds a unique variation to your indoor foliage!