Devil's Ivy,Epipremnum aureum
The Devil's Ivy is easy and undemanding. Place her in a room that gets a medium amount of natural light, or even in an office or bathroom that gets low light. Rotate the plant occasionally to encourage even growth.
The Devil's Ivy needs medium to bright indirect sunlight, but will also do well in low light. Avoid direct sunlight.
Keep the soil of your Devil's Ivy moist, but be careful not to overwater. Water when the top 2 inches of soil are dry. When watering, water the plant with fresh water lightly and slowly from above, allowing water to soak through to the roots, then tip out any excess water. Water moderately and infrequently.
Does well at room temperature between 60°F - 77°F. Cold temperatures should be avoided.
Does well at normal (about 40% - 60%) humidity levels.
The plant can live happily in the provided grow pot for up to a year. Check if the plant is ready to be repotted by touching the soil and seeing if it has become loose, or if the roots have filled the bottom of the pot. Repot using a rich, well-draining soil. When your plant is ready to be repotted, you can follow our simple how-to guide.
Unhealthy Plant Signs
Browning or yellowing leaves may be a sign that the plant is too cold. Yellowing leaves or black spots on the leaves indicate over-watering. Dry, brown edges indicate a lack of water. Pale leaves indicate that the plant is getting too much sun.
The sap of this plant may cause irrritation to the skin. If ingested, may cause a harmful reaction in people and pets.