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Cebu Blue Pothos

Pothos, Cebu  or ”Epipremnum pinnatum ceba blue” get their odd name because they are evergreen, perennial vines native to Cebu Island of the Philippines. Like many vining plants in the Arceane family they look different in their juvenile and mature forms. When they are young its foliage is a silvery pale blueish-gray and spear shaped that are accentuated in bright indirect light. As it matures the leaves  begin to develop fenestrations and in adulthood resembles the fronds of a palm tree. This plant is beautiful in a hanging basket and will remain in its juvenile form unless its prompted to climb. 

Pothos, Cebu  or ”Epipremnum pinnatum ceba blue” get their odd name because they are evergreen, perennial vines native to Cebu Island of the Philippines. Like many vining plants in the Arceane family they look different in their juvenile and mature forms. When they are young its foliage is a silvery pale blueish-gray and spear shaped that are accentuated in bright indirect light. As it matures the leaves  begin to develop fenestrations and in adulthood resembles the fronds of a palm tree. This plant is beautiful in a hanging basket and will remain in its juvenile form unless its prompted to climb. 

PLANT CARE
  • Light Requirements: Bright, indirect light.
  • Water: Needs very little water.
  •  Soil: America’s Gardens houseplant soil.
  •  Temperature: 65-75 degrees.
  •  Flowering: None.
  •  Re-Potting: When root bound.
  •  Disease & Pest: Resistent to most pests; mealy bugs & aphids being most   threat.
  •  Toxicity: All parts are poisonous if ingested. The sap can irritate the skin. To keep your pets or children safe, place the plant on a high shelf out of their reach. 

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