NASA researchers discovered that the Scindapsus is in the top 10 of most air-purifying plants. The stomata in the leaves namely remove harmful substances from the air and absorb them. That is nice at home and makes the Scindapsus a great colleague at the office. Place it near the printer or other devices so that the plant can also work there for a healthy atmosphere.
The official name of this plant is Epipremnum pinnatum, the name of the "Aureum" variety. However, the plant is better known under the old name: Scindapsus aureum, simply "Scindapsus". The Scindapsus belongs to the Araceae family. The plant occurs naturally in the forests of Southeast Asia, where the leaves of the climbing plant can grow up to 100 cm. The European variant is a youth form of this plant.
They are strong climbing plants with fairly thick leaves. The leaves are green with yellow spots. When there is little leaf green, the plant needs a lot of light (but no bright sunlight). Yet this tropical plant tolerates dry and fairly dark places. In the winter, the plant can be placed in a somewhat cooler room.
Lots of light or partial shade, no direct sunlight.