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'Cebu Blue' Epipremnum Pinnatum

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$20.00 CAD
Regular price
$25.00 CAD
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$20.00 CAD

All photos are an indication of the plant species and size reference only.  All plants will have slight variations in coloring and condition. Decorative pot not included. Plants will be shipped in sphagnum moss or perlite.

Epipremnum Pinnatum Cebu Blue is a rare variety of pothos with shiny, silvery-blue and elongated leaves that are somehow matte and shimmering at the same time. Trailing or climbing, the delicate yet sharp appearance of this plant is a stunning addition to any home jungle. Given some time and the right conditions, the leaves mature and start to spice things up with some tasteful variegation, reminding us of it's relation to the Dragon Tail Epipremnum. Notoriously low maintenance, we're happy to introduce you to your new favourite pothos.


Light: Comfortable in a medium indirect lighting situation, but will really show her growth and shimmer in plenty of bright, indirect light. 

Water: Allow soil to dry almost all the way, watering when only a little moist in the bottom couple inches of soil. Your Cebu will let you know with some yellowing leaves if you wait too long between waterings, but will ultimately forgive you. Do not let stand in excess water.

Temperature/Humidity: The Cebu is tolerant of normal household temperatures and humidity, but if you live in a particularly dry area and see any of the effects of lack of humidity you may want to try a pebble tray, humidifier, or grouping your plants together to boost humidity.

Soil/Potting: Your Cebu will be cozy in most well draining houseplant potting mix. However, we prefer a well draining mix consisting of medium/fine orchid bark, perlite, and a little coco coir.

Care Tips:  These plants are such good growers on their own that you probably will not need to fertilize much, but you can offer your Cebu a well balanced, general purpose fertilizer monthly during the growing season.

Pothos plants are poisonous if ingested and can be irritant to the skin if touched. They are not known to be fatal, but they will cause irritation to your lips and tongue, and they can make you vomit. Make sure to keep the plant away from cats, dogs, and children.