The Epipremnum Pinnatum Variegata is a climbing plant that can grow invasive very quickly, mostly in the tropical forests where it climbs from the forest floor into the forest canopy. The Epipremnum Pinnatum (aka ‘Pothos’) is often confused with the Epipremnum Aureum (aka ‘Epipre’).
Light: Best placed in a well-lit spot; occasional morning direct sunlight is excellent.
Soil: Any airy soil mix.
Water: When soil is dry. Do not allow this plant to sit in water as this will cause root rot.
Fertiliser: Feed every month (as long as the plant is actively growing and is not in its dormancy period).
Humidity: Can tolerate humidity as low as 40% but prefers to be kept around 50%+ humidity.
This plant is toxic, keep out of reach of pets and children.