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Did you know that epipremnum pinnatum green form is actually different from the Cebu Blue? They may look very similar but in fact are different plants. Both epipremnums do share the same care requirements and if given the right growing conditions will develop fenestrations as it matures.
Light: Filtered light is best. Can tolerate lower light levels. West or north facing will work just fine.
Water: Allow the top two inches of soil to dry before watering, do not let sit in excess water as they are quite prone to root rot. Your plant will let you know when it is thirsty. Watch for dull looking leaves, drooping stems, leaf curl, and a super lightweight pot.
Temperature/Humidity: Your epipremnum will tolerate average humidity but will thrive with higher humidity (50%+) You can group plants together to increase humidity or set your plant on a tray of pebbles with water. Try to avoid misting your plant especially when new leaf development is occurring, this will prevent leaf rot and other plant disease. Average room temperature is great for this plant.
Soil/Potting: These plants like most, prefer to be root bound and repotting can be quite traumatic for them. We prefer to use a coarse, free draining soil and typically mix two parts each of perlite and orchid bark to one part potting soil. Feed monthly with a balanced fertilizer.
Care Tips: Try to imagine where your plant came from in the wild and try to replicate that environment in your home. Experiment with different locations in your house to find the best location for your plant.
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.