Not only is the Scindapsus Treubii Moonlight a feast for the eyes, it is also a low-demanding plant.
The Scindapsus finds its origin in the tropical regions of East Asia and belongs to the large Araceae family. Other well-known plants from this family include the Philodendron, Anthurium, Zamioculca and Aglaonema.
In its natural habitat, the Scindapsus often grows up against larger trees and can therefore be places in spots without direct sunlight. A spot with indirect sunlight is ideal. Are you a fan of trailing plants? Then place the Scindapsus Moonlight in a beautiful plant hanger. Or do you prefer a climbing plant? Then you can easily let the Moonlight grow onto a mos pole.
Preferably water the Scindapsus Moonlight once a week, depending on the season and temperature. The soil can be a bit damp between watering, but make sure the roots don’t stay too wet.