Another species of our beloved Pothos. This is a very fast growing, climbing tropical vine with finger-like leaves and a beautiful draping habit. Give it something to climb or trail and a little time your home will be dressed to impress. It has spread throughout the world both in the wild and as a houseplant for its ornamental foliage. It also gets the nickname Devil’s Ivy due to how difficult it is to kill.
- Can tolerate low light well, but its leaves may lose their variegation. Pothos will look its best in moderate or bright light. It makes an excellent office plant because it grows well under fluorescent lights.
- Allow the top 2.5 cm of soil to dry between waterings. Use a pot with a drainage hole to prevent soggy soil. Overwatering will cause leaves to turn yellow and fall off. Overwatering is about the only thing that will kill Epipremnum pinnatum.
- Repot in spring as needed. You can control its growth by cutting the vines back and trimming up to a third of its roots. Pot it in the same size container if you want to keep it small.
- Keep your pets away, can be toxic.
Height from the hook to bottom of the pot - 40 cm. Diameter - 15 cm. Pot height - 9 cm.