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The variegation of the leaves differentiates satin pothos from other pothos. The silvery grey splotches on the heart-shaped leaves make them appear nearly sparkly, adding to the plant’s aesthetic attractiveness. The degree of variegation is determined on the cultivar.

Satin pothos is a vine that clings to its environment, which can include a pole, trellis, other plants, a wall, or a piece of furniture. The vine attaches itself to surfaces via its aerial roots. Sometimes it can do this on its own, and other times it need assistance, such as the use of invisible micro hooks. You may also grow satin pothos in a hanging planter and let its greenery fall down instead of trailing.

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