Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum’

£22.00

Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum,’ commonly known as Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy, is a popular and widely cultivated plant known for its attractive foliage and easy care requirements. It features heart-shaped leaves that are typically large and glossy. The leaves have a distinctive colouration, with vibrant shades of green and yellow. The green areas may vary in intensity, while the yellow areas can range from pale yellow to golden tones. The variegated foliage creates a striking visual contrast and adds a touch of brightness to any indoor space.

‘Aureum’ is a vining plant that tends to grow in a cascading or trailing manner. The stems are flexible and can be trained to climb or hang, making it a versatile choice for various planting arrangements. It is renowned for its ease of care, making it suitable for both beginner and experienced plant enthusiasts. It can adapt to a wide range of light conditions, from low light to bright indirect light. However, it thrives best in moderate to bright indirect light. This plant is relatively forgiving and can tolerate occasional neglect.

Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum’ is a beloved choice for adding a touch of colour and liveliness to indoor spaces. Whether cascading from hanging baskets, climbing up a trellis, or adorning shelves, this plant can create a visually appealing and inviting atmosphere in any home or office environment.

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Plant care

Hanging Pot size: D14cm

Epipremnum pinnatum will thrive in a well-lit position with good indirect light. Within a few metres of a window is ideal.

Water Epipremnum pinnatum when the topsoil has gone completely dry. Do not over water this plant as this can cause root rot and fungal infections.

Normal household temperature is sufficient but 10°C is the lowest temperature it can handle.

This plant likes moderate to high humidity. Mist leaves occasionally as part of a leaf cleaning routine where you mist, then wipe leaves with a cloth to clear away the dust.

Epipremnum pinnatum is toxic, so keep away from pets and small children. Feed every two weeks in the growing period and not at all over the winter months.

Description

Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum,’ commonly known as Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy, is a popular and widely cultivated plant known for its attractive foliage and easy care requirements. It features heart-shaped leaves that are typically large and glossy. The leaves have a distinctive colouration, with vibrant shades of green and yellow. The green areas may vary in intensity, while the yellow areas can range from pale yellow to golden tones. The variegated foliage creates a striking visual contrast and adds a touch of brightness to any indoor space.

‘Aureum’ is a vining plant that tends to grow in a cascading or trailing manner. The stems are flexible and can be trained to climb or hang, making it a versatile choice for various planting arrangements. It is renowned for its ease of care, making it suitable for both beginner and experienced plant enthusiasts. It can adapt to a wide range of light conditions, from low light to bright indirect light. However, it thrives best in moderate to bright indirect light. This plant is relatively forgiving and can tolerate occasional neglect.

Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum’ is a beloved choice for adding a touch of colour and liveliness to indoor spaces. Whether cascading from hanging baskets, climbing up a trellis, or adorning shelves, this plant can create a visually appealing and inviting atmosphere in any home or office environment.

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