Epipremnum Aureum Golden Pothos Devil’s Ivy – 6cm

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Epipremnum aureum otherwise know as Devils ivy or Golden Pothos is from French Polynesia. It has large glossy green leaves which have yellow/cream blotches and streak (variegation). They thrive on medium light conditions. They are fast growers and will constantly grow, like an ivy. Its best to prune leaves to keep it at your desired length because this plant will grow to a maximum height of 66ft!

These are mildly toxic to humans but are toxic to animals.

Does not come with cover pot shown.

*Please note* Plants may have been watered before shipping, do not water upon arrival unless they are dry.

Light

Part sun, part shade (indirect light) – Plants with this requirement are easy to find a perfect spot for. West- or East-facing windows are great for these or even a spot further away from a very sunny window.

Top Tip – Plants tend to grow towards the light – rotate your plant every time you water it to make them grow evenly.

 

Watering

Medium demand – Before you water always feel the soil the top layer should be dry before giving more water. This plant loves water but does not want their roots to live in water, so water well and then let the soil almost dry out before watering again. If the plant gets too much water, it is at risk of rot.

Water type unsensitive – Normal tap water is fine for this plant.

 

Temperature

These are the recommended temperatures for your plant to thrive, making it happy and healthy: 16°C-27°C

 

Fertilising 

Growth period – The growth period for this plant is spring/summer.

In optimal conditions, it should be fertilised during the growth period because this will assist in keeping your plant alive as well as promote healthy growth. You can use a diluted liquid fertiliser or sprinkle a solid fertiliser (Silver Soil Booster) on top of the soil. Always follow the product instructions.

Resting period – The growth period for this plant is autumn/winter.

Only fertilise this plant in its resting period  if it is actively growing (putting out new leaves) and use a weak fertiliser at half the recommended dose. Most plants will go dormant in and stop growing so will not need fertilisation. If you were to fertilise a dormant plant it won’t absorb the nutrients which will stay in the soil and can cause chemical burn to the plant. 

 

Humidity

High humidity – This means keeping them in a warm, humid, draft free location. You can increase humidity by using pebble trays under your pots, by grouping plants close together, by misting in the morning and of course using a humidifier.

 

Toxicity

Toxic for animals and humans.

 

As with any plant, do not repot within 1-2 weeks of receiving as you need your plant to acclimatise to your house and recover from the stress of shipping.

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