Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Aureum’ on a moss pole


This Epipremnum is an easy plant to grow, it climbs up the moss pole and has air purifying benefits. With its green and yellow, heart-shaped leaves, it looks beautiful in any room. Foliage remains green throughout the year. This low-maintenance plant makes it ideal for a beginner!

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Plant care

Pot size: D17cm - Height (including pot): 70cm approx.

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.

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