Scindapsus pictis


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anyone know why my silver satin has these rusty color on leaves? Didnt have these when purchased and over the last few months they are slowly appearing.
Any advice greatly appreciated
 

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I would guess that your weather has been extremely hot and dried the air up :unsure: ... misting the plant might help.
 
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I agree that this could be a lack of humidity, so trying a pebble tray or misting could help! It also could be that your plant might be overwatered. Scindapsus pictus likes to have 2-3 inches of topsoil dry out before watering. I hope this helps!
 

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