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Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3) Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3) Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3) Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3) Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3) Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3)

Kokedama style Scindapsus Mix (set of 3)

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Our selection contains examples from several closely related species of Epipremnum and Pothos - often grouped together as Scindapsus.  They are all tropical rainforest epiphytes, which share the same vining habit, and all have attractive, variegated foliage.  These plants require the same growing conditions and are best displayed as a group, and look fabulous in our Kokedama-style planters.

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Pets & Children

Like all aroids, the sap may be irritating if it gets into the mouth or throat

Height

20-30cm

foli8 Coir Pot Size - read here

15cm

Country of Origin

Tropical rainforests in Asia, Australia and the Pacific islands

Habitat Conditions

These plants originate in tropical rainforests, so do well in warm conditions. They are tolerant of quite low light levels.

Plant Care

Light

These plants do best in moderate light, but can tolerate quite gloomy conditions.

Watering

Despite its origins in the humid tropics, this plant is quite tolerant of drier conditions.  The occasional misting with tepid water is also beneficial 

Pruning

The plant can be pruned to maintain shape and encourage more bushy growth - cut back individual vines to a bud. Cuttings can be rooted to produce a new plant

Feeding

A weak solution of fertilizer should be added to the water at every watering

Pest & Diseases

Be on the lookout for mealybugs and two-spotted spider mites, both of which should be physically removed when seen. Significant infestations of mealybugs or their egg masses should be removed by cutting off the affected parts of the plant (likely to be near the tips of the vines).
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