1. It’s rare (so, of course, everyone wants one…)
Sterling Silver Scindapsus features a similar look as two other popular plants: pothos and philodendron. But unlike the ubiquitous pothos and philodendron, this exotic relative is very uncommon. Plant enthusiasts are, in a word, smitten. (Oh, and a little obsessed.) Sterling Silver’s newness and rarity makes it a hot plant.
Sterling Silver is a scindapsus (pronounced SKIN-DAP-SUS) is a close relative of pothos and philodendron and is one of the easiest to grow houseplants. This plant is native to Southeast Asia and New Guinea, but can happily grow in your home. It excels in medium to bright light, so it’s ideal for most indoor environments. Sterling Silver is not a prima donna when it comes to watering. In fact, it likes life on the dry side, so don’t over water it. (If the leaves start to gently curl up at the edges, you are either watering too much or too little.)
3. It’s gorgeous (with a showy silver sheen)
Sterling Silver scindapsus has a simply stunning look. Plants produce thick, dark-green leaves that are kissed with a silvery sheen. It’s also a relatively slow-growing plant, so you can enjoy it’s beautiful mounding shape for months. As it matures it will trail or climb -- in the same way that pothos and philodendron do. It looks gorgeous as a single specimen plant on a living room table or kitchen counter.
Look for the Costa Farms Trending Tropicals® brand
Sterling Silver is also called Scindapsus treubii 'Moonlight'. Look for this plant as part of the Costa Farms’ Trending Tropicals® houseplant collection. It’s just one of many rare and unique plants that Costa Farms is adding to this exciting new plant collection.
Written by Karen Weir-Jimerson