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Devil's Ivy

Epipremnum Aureum

£20.00

Devil’s Ivy is one of the most popular hanging plants. It’s named for its ferocious growth and bounce-back ability from the worst conditions. Also known as Golden Pothos and originating from the French Polynesian Islands, it can really help turn your home into a tropical paradise.

50cm
potting
15cm hanging basket

In stock (can be backordered)

About Devil’s Ivy

Botanical Name
Epipremnum Aureum
Common Names
Devil’s Ivy, Golden Pothos
Plant Height
50cm
Nursery Pot Size
15cm hanging basket
Air Purification Qualities
Removes Benzene, Formaldehyde, Xylene, Toluene
Child & Pet Safe?
Devil’s Ivy is toxic to humans and pets, as it contains calcium oxalate crystals. These crystals can cause burning and swelling of the lips, tongue and throat and it can cause nause, vomiting and diarrhoea.

Devil’s Ivy is one of the most popular hanging plants. It’s named for its ferocious growth and bounce-back ability from the worst conditions. Also known as Golden Pothos and originating from the French Polynesian Islands, it can really help turn your home into a tropical paradise.

Listed in our top 10 unkillable houseplants, it gets the green light for all those not so green-fingered growers out there. Pairing your Devil’s Ivy with a ceramic pot and macramé hanger, means you can have foliage cascading throughout your home.

Generally Pothos like indirect sunlight, but they can still thrive in places without as much sunlight making them much more shade liking than other houseplants.

Please note: this plant comes in a plastic nursery pot. Browse our entire range of plant pots to add that extra charm and character to your home.

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How To Care For Devil's Ivy

watering
Watering

Let the Devil’s Ivy dry between watering. You really dont want to encourage root-rot with this hanging plant. If placed in a spot that gets more sunlight keep a closer eye on it during spring and summer – watering once every other week as a guide. Reducing to once per month during winter. As always, check the soil first with your finger as the best way to test.

Light & Location

Devil’s ivy is a climbing plant and is used to ascending from the dappled light of the floor. Don’t put this plant in direct sunlight as this can cause sunburn. Look for a brightly lit spot just out of reach of direct sun for optimum growth.

Humidity

Golden Pothos is fine in room humidity environment. You can treat to a mist every now and again during winter when you’ve got the heating on, but don’t go overboard as you could invite mould / mildew.

soil
Soil

Devil’s ivy likes well-drained soil. Provide houseplant mix with added sand, grit, perlite or vermiculite for added drainage.

Fertiliser

You can use houseplant feed fortnightly in spring and summer for your Golden Pothos but it’s really not necessary. As the name suggests this ivy will grow whatever the weather (from the depths of hell – only joking).

Pests and Diseases

Keep an eye out for mealybugs, spider mite, scale and thrips, which can live in the cubbyholes and undersides of the leaves. If you do spot some, give it a wash off in the shower or use a damp cloth to try and remove all pests as best you can.

potting
Repotting

A super easy plant to propogate – cut 1cm either side of a node and place in water till secondary roots develop and then pot on in soil. If your Devil’s Ivy has outgrown it’s current pot, we recommend repotting in a larger pot using the recommended soil mixture listed above.

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