Epipremnum pinnatum is an exceptional climbing plant from the Araceae family. It's juvenile form has slightly cordate shaped leaves, as it matures they become pinnatifid. As the plant is able to reach sufficient climbing height and when the leaves reach between 30-50cm they go through another morphogenesis and develop fenestrations. This plant is widespread in Asia and can grow up to 20m.
Pot: 12cm diameter
Length: Approximately 15cm.
Featured in Berlijn pot.
Ceramic pot not included.
Secrets to success
Temperature: Average warmth, 15°C and above.
Light: Bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light however growth will be faster in a more well lit spot.
Watering: Allow the soil to dry out in between waterings.
Air humidity: Moderate humidity 50-60%
Fertilising: Worm castings or any 20-10-10 fertiliser - remember if you're using a synthetic fertilizer then you should half the recommended dosage.
Potting mix: Chunky mix of coco coir, orchid bark perlite or pumice and worm castings.
This plant is toxic, keep out of reach of pets and children.