ABOUT DEVILS IVY
Sometimes known as the Golden Pothos, Devil’s Ivy is a tropical evergreen vine that’s beloved for its hardy and carefree growing nature, making it a popular choice as an indoor houseplant. This fast-growing vine can grow to 40 feet long in outdoor landscapes and typically ranges from 6 to 8 feet in length if grown indoors without pruning. Devil’s Ivy leaves are waxy and heart shaped with varied bright greens and yellows. Add lush greenery to hanging baskets or planters with trellises for the vines to climb and enjoy the natural beauty of the ivy.
Choose between the small 3.5” planter or the 6” planter for your ivy to thrive in.
Ivy is not fussy and makes an excellent plant for beginners. Thriving in both bright sunlight or dim lighting in your space, Ivy will only need shallow waterings for the roots to soak up. Water as often as needed without soaking the soil completely.
Full direct sunlight and complete darkness. This plant variation is called Devil’s Ivy because of how hard it is to kill. Try to avoid overwatering and do not completely soak the soil.
Devil’s Ivy has been found to help purify the air of formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene, common pollutants found in cleaning solutions.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
Devil’s Ivy is hardy in nature and it takes a lot for this plant to begin wilting. With that in mind, water your ivy as often as needed, making sure to avoid completely soaking the soil. You can prune your ivy throughout the year in order to control its shape. You can also easily propagate this plant by clipping the vines and root of your Devil’s Ivy plant and placing in water.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
Devil’s Ivy is mildly toxic to small children and pets and may cause vomiting or diarrhea when ingested. The sap from the ivy may also cause an allergic reaction so you should consider wearing gloves when pruning your plant.
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