Also known as Pothos, this luscious creeper is native to the Solomon Islands. This lady has a bit of a reputation for being easy, she's a very forgiving and low maintenance plant that can tolerate low light situations. Not just a pretty face either, the Devil’s Ivy keeps a clean house, renowned for her sweet air purifying skills.
Having said that bright indirect light is ideal and will keep the beautiful variegations on her glossy arrow-shaped leaves strong. These beauties look best on a shelf, allowing the trails of leaves to dangle down. Or train the vines to creep up the wall or around a window with some small hooks.
Water once a week, allowing the soil to dry out before watering again. They don’t like soggy soil or sitting in a puddle of stale water.
Fertilise every few months with a liquid organic fertiliser and keep white oil on hand to deal with any pesky bugs.
IN THEIR NATIVE ENVIRONMENT THEY CAN GROW UP TO 40FT LONG, BUT YOURS SHOULD STAY A LITTLE SMALLER IN ITS POT!