Devil’s ivy, also known as, Golden Pothos, Pothos, Money Plant or Epipremnum aureum is known for its trailing vines and heart shaped green leaves. This ivy would look fantastic styled on a shelf, mantlepiece, hanging basket or sideboard. An excellent air purifier, the Money Plant is a fantastic option as a first house plant.
Devil's Ivy is a resilient and adaptable plant that prefers slightly drier conditions.
How to care for Devil's Ivy
Pothos can adapt to a variety of light conditions but thrives in medium to bright, indirect light. They can also tolerate low light.
Wipe the leaves regularly to prevent dust buildup.
Water when the top inch of the soil feels slightly dry.
Feed once a month during the spring and summer, reduce frequency the rest of the year.
Devil’s Ivy prefers moderate to high humidity, mist the plant regularly.
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Yellow leaves could indicate over watering and waterlogged soil.
Toxic if ingested. Keep away from pets and small children.
Indoor plants help bring personality, break up spaces and introduce new textures and tones.
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Devil's Ivy is native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia, including countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Solomon Islands. It thrives in the understory of rainforests, where it climbs trees and other structures for support.
In its native regions, Devil's Ivy has cultural significance and is sometimes associated with folklore and traditional uses. For example, in some cultures, it is believed to bring good luck and financial prosperity, contributing to its common name "Money Plant."
One of the key reasons for Devil's Ivy's popularity is its adaptability and resilience. It can thrive in a variety of indoor conditions, including low light, and is known for its ability to withstand neglect.
Devil's Ivy became a popular houseplant in the mid to late 20th century. Its low-maintenance nature, air-purifying qualities, and attractive trailing vines contributed to its widespread adoption in homes, offices, and public spaces.