Devil's Ivy - Epipremnum pinnatum
- Most light conditions : Not one to make a fuss, this plant will be fine in almost any light. You’ll see it grow quicker in a brighter spot.
- Light watering: Super simple to water. Check weekly and give it a drink if the top two inches of soil are dry.
- Humidity: It loves rooms with lots of moisture, like a bathroom or kitchen. In other rooms, it will appreciate occasional misting.
- If you notice any stems are looking a bit sad, it will need to be pruned. Just use clean scissors to cut and you’ll encourage healthy new growth.
Devil’s ivy also known as golden pothos, ceylon creeper and hunter’s robe. It has so many names because it's one of the most popular houseplants in the world. There are two reasons for that. 1) It's extremely versatile. It's a fantastic hanging plant, looks great on a shelf or mantelpiece, or can even be trained up a wall. 2) It's incredibly easy to care for. We recommend a 16cm clay pots as the best fit. In the wild, devil's ivy is usually found in forests in south-east Asia. It grows up the trunks of large trees, happily living in quite deep shade. That's how it gets its name, devil's ivy, because it's a friend of the darkness. As an indoor plant, its needs are simple. It manages in almost any light conditions, needs infrequent watering and generally just gets on with things. It will appreciate a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer. This is an ideal beginner’s plant that gives impressive results with very little work from you. Did you know? In the wild, they can reach up to 20-metres tall, so there’s a growing challenge for you.