Scindapsus pictus "Jade Satin"
Often referred to or sold as a 'Jade satin pothos'.
Unlike its cousins with silver markings, the goal is to keep this cultivar free of silver and simply showcase the elegant jade hue. It is also a bit slower growing and takes longer to root than other Scindapsus varieties, hence the scarcity and price tag.
Take care not to splash water on their satiny leaves - this can damage them with spots.
If you prefer to keep this plant free of silver markings, you may snip those leaves back when/if they appear to avoid reversion.
When fertilizing, a slightly higher dose of nitrogen will help enhance the green of the leaves
Light: low to medium, indirect
Water: When top few inches of soil dry.
Temperature: 16°C to 35°C
*decorative pot sold separately