The Scindapsus Moonlight is known for how its mature leaves will be primarily silver, with a smattering of green throughout.
Water: Allow soil to completely dry out in between deep waterings, allow any excess water to drain away. Scindapsus can be sensitive to the chemicals or mineral deposits in regular tap water, so you may want to consider watering with distilled, or aquarium water (water that has been left standing for a day or two can also work)
Light: Thrives best in bright, indirect sunlight. Can handle lower levels of light, however you may notice stunted growth.
Soil: A chunky, airy soil is best. Ideally a mix of bark, sphagnum moss, peat, and perlite.
Humidity: Prefers higher humidity. Mist often, or keep on a pebble tray for best results.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month using a half strength solution of liquid houseplant fertilizer. Do not fertilize over winter months.
Tip: Try to give this little plant something to climb! Being able to climb actually benefits the plant's growth, since without access to climbing, the leaves will not grow and the plant itself will revert back to an almost "baby plant" sort of growth