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Posted 1w ago by @Kace

Please help me ID these 2!
I think these are silver satin and silvery anne? Please correct me if I’m wrong! #PothosPack #Scindapsus #PlantID #GregGang
I believe the right one is silver pothos.
The one on the right is a satin Pothos @Kace
So pretty! The left is scindapsus pictus β€œexotica”
The left is an exotica and the right is an argyraeus(satin pothos)… the silvery Anne has the silver more concentrated on the tips.. it’s one of my wishlist plants ☺️
@NMazon lol I was about to comment with the same pic but the app crashed
@NMazon @babyfiretiger13 I did search on Google but every other image had different names and images. So frustrating. It’s always better to ask the experts! Thank you.
It looks to me like your first picture is a Scindapsus exotica, while your second picture is a Scindapsus argyraeus!
Hmm @Kace it definitely doesn’t look like a silvery ann… do you notice any leaves with high variegation?
@lazyplantparent This post has proved that I should stick to calatheas 🀣 I’m sure you’re right. Thank you!
I like this comparison photo
@Kace 50% of the internet confuses them for one another lol I have the exotica so I knew that one for sure πŸ™‚
@Kace thank you ☺️
@angelw1975 Are any of those also silver splash ? πŸ˜‚
@Kace πŸ˜† 🀣 πŸ˜‚ nope... although the silver splash would be big like the exotica I think the contrast is less... how many silver scindapsus are there anyway???? πŸ€”
@angelw1975 πŸ˜‚ Great question. I’m not sure anyone can possibly know.
All I know is that they’re so pretty 🫣😩🀩
@NewGrowth I agree. 😍
Kristen, I don't know , but I think they're both gorgeous and I want to know what plant family they belong to.
@PrimeChinarose Scindapsus is its own genus in the Araceae (aka aroid) family.

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