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Common Name: Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy, Money Plant, Ceylon Creeper, Ivy Arum, Silver Vine, Solomon Islands Ivy, Taro Vine
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With a name like Devil's Ivy, you may be reluctant to introduce this pretty little evergreen into your home... don't worry, she goes by a lot of other names; Golden Pothos, Ceylon Creeper, Silver Vine, and Ivy Arum just to name a few. With as many benefits as she has pseudonyms, this trailing vine is the gift that just keeps giving. Turns out she got the somewhat intimidating nickname due to her impressive ability to thrive in dark environments and her enviable talents in thriving in neglected conditions. See now, not so bad right?
Gorgeous green tropical heart-shaped foliage is slashed with golden tones, trailing down long vines that cascade down shelves, benches or hanging baskets. She's a whiz at cleansing the air from contaminants and pollution. If you keep her in the dark, growth will slow but she won't lost her colour; however she is adverse to direct sunlight or too hot indoor light as her leaves burn. Try planting out to stunning effect in hanging baskets, containers, under patios or indoor arrangements. Low maintenance, forgiving and requiring only the occasional watering when completely dried out... Devil's Ivy has your back!
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Sensitive to frost. Most well drained soils. Part - full shade; indoors keep away from direct sun (ie afternoon sun on a windowsill will be too much).
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