Silver Satin Pothos in Large Rosebaum Pot


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[ Height: 8" - 9" | Diameter: 9" - 10" ]
The perfect low-maintenance plant, this Silver Satin Pothos in a blue-green glazed ceramic pot will live in spaces with low sunlight.
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Silver Satin Pothos in Large Rosebaum Pot

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[ Height: 8" - 9" | Diameter: 9" - 10" ]
A Silver Satin Pothos is planted in a blue-green glazed ceramic pot. Silver Satin Pothos produce speckled, heart-shaped leaves on vines that can trail many feet. Vine length can be controlled by periodic pruning. Place in bright indirect light for faster growth, but plants will also tolerate low levels of sunlight. Check the soil for dampness once a week. If dry, add about a cup of water, keeping in mind that any excess will build up in the bottom and should be avoided.

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  • Geographic Origin: Southeast Asia
  • Features: Versatile, Air Purifying
  • Growth Rate: Slow, if kept in low light
  • Great For: Low light

Plant Care Guide


Grows more quickly in bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light as well. Avoid direct sunlight.



About once every week. Allow top few inches of soil to dry out before watering thoroughly. Water less often in winter.


Level of Care

Easy! Just avoid direct sunlight and cold temperatures.


Air Purifying

The NASA Clean Air Study has ranked the Silver Satin Pothos as one of the most efficient houseplants that remove formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, and toluene from the air we breathe.



Feed with a mild liquid, indoor plant fertilizer about 1-2 times a month during the growing season. Do not fertilize in winter.



Prefers warm conditions above 60°F. Keep away from drafty windows and air conditioners.



A peaty All-Purpose potting soil with good drainage works best.


Pruning & Propagation

Prune damaged or yellow leaves by cutting to the leaf node. To propagate, place stems of vine cuttings in water and roots should form within a week or so. Replant in soil.


Pet Friendly

Sorry! Plant contains very sharp calcium oxalate crystals that, when eaten, cause mouth and digestion irritation and possibly more serious problems.