Scindapsus Pictus or Satin Pothos is a relatively low maintenance plant. With it's green leaves speckled with silver this trailing plant will make a great addition to your home. You can either have this plant as a climber using a moss pole or you can have it as a hanging/trailing houseplant.
Light: Keep your Satin Pothos somewhere it will receive bright, indirect light, too much light may cause your plant to burn or fade. Although this plant can tolerate lower light conditions too little light may disrupt growth and cause it to lose it's pretty silver markings.
Water: Allow the top few inches of soil to dry out before watering, you can check this by pushing your finger into the soil or you can use a moisture meter. Curling leaves can indicate that your plant needs to be watered.
Humidity: Satin Pothos like some humidity, you can use a pebble tray or misting to raise the humidity. Brown tips on the leaves can indicate a lack of humidity.
Soil: Use well draining soil to prevent your plant becoming soggy. As these are quite quick growers annual repotting in growth season(Spring/Summer) may be required.