Moonlight Scindapsus is a rare creeping houseplant from the Araceae family and native to Southeast Asia. In its natural environment, the plant grows in a tropical climate, where it can be found on various trees around which it wraps its long roots. Due to its unusual appearance, rarity, and ease of care, the plant has become popular not only among collectors but also among beginners.
Scindapsus treubii 'Moonlight' can be easily identified by its milky green oval leaves, which have a silver sheen on their surface and becomes more pronounced in the center of the leaf. The foliage is quite thick, can grow up to 23.7 in (60 cm) tall, and is on a long and smooth stem.
The plant blooms in the summer, but this happens infrequently. Thanks to the multi-year life cycle and proper care, the plant can live a long time and always remain attractive. It is worth noting that Moonlight Scindapsus is toxic and can harm both pets and children, so it is better to keep it in a hard-to-reach place.