The Scindapsus belongs to the Araceae family and is native to the forests of Southeast Asia, where the leaves of the climbing plant can grow up to 100 cm. The European variety is a youthful form of this plant.
Most light conditions- She’s highly adaptable and will manage in low light. She’ll grow best in bright, indirect light.
She’s drought tolerant so forgiving of forgetful waterers. She likes a drink when her top two inches of soil are dry. The soil of the Scindapsus should never be dry and should therefore always be kept slightly moist. The plant is also used to this naturally in the rainforests. Too much water is not good and therefore the Kokí is perfect for it to flourish. You could check if the soil is still moist by putting you finger in the soil where the Kokí is open.
She’s highly adaptable and will manage in low light. She’ll grow best in bright, indirect light.
She likes a moist environment, so mist her regularly. If it’s an option, you could put her in the bathroom.
A minimum temperature of 20 degrees Celsius is recommended during the day and a minimum temperature of 15 degrees Celsius at night.
Macrame hangers sold separately. Diameter of Kokí is 15cm approx.
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