The Devils Ivy is certainly one of the most popular houseplants in the world due to it’s versatility (can be left trailing, trained up a moss poll, hanging from a basket) and it’s hardiness, this plant requires very little work but you’ll be left with endless greenery.
It takes the name ‘Devils Ivy’ because it’s notoriously hard to kill and stays green even when growing in areas with little to no light. On it’s native Solomon Islands, it can be found scaling up trees in the darkest sections of forest. If you think you kill anything you buy, we recommend trying this unholy vine.
Commonly known as: Devils Ivy, Golden Pothos, Ceylon creeper
Horticultural Name: Epipremnum aureum
Origin: Solomon Islands
Pot Size(s): 17cm
Current Length: Approx 35cm
Ultimate Length: Can reach up to 20m in the wild
Light: Best growth in a spot with indirect/bright sunlight, though it will survive in most variations of lighting.
Watering: Water modestly once a week if the top 2 inches or so of soil are dry. Try not to it let sit in soggy soil.
Temperature: Thrives within the 15-29 ºC range but can go as low as 10 ºC for short periods of time.
Additional Info: Air Purifying, Toxic if ingested.
Fits Pot Size: 18cm+