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Scindapsus aureus

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Pothos, Australian Native Monstera, Devil's Ivy, Golden Pothos, Ivy Arum, Silver Vine, Taro Vine

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 Scindapsus aureus, also called Epipremnum aureum but more easily remembered as Devil’s Ivy, is a climbing plant related to Philodendron which it strongly resembles.

Heart-shaped leaves are splashed with irregular yellow markings.  As a house plant this can be trained up a moss pole, the aerial roots helping it cling, or simply left to trail from a hanging pot.

General care

Keep in a hanging basket or train it up a pole. Place it in a medium light corner, not too close to windows or draughty areas. The vines will grow to impressive lengths, and can be encouraged to branch out if the growing tip is snipped. You can use the tip of the vine to create a new plant. 

Feeding

The Scindapsus is a fast growing plant and will benefit from having some fertiliser applied to the soil. Use a mild balanced fertiliser for house plants. 

For long, mature and established plants, a foliar fertiliser once in a fortnight, will provide the plant a boost as it will absorb nutrients through its leaves too. 

Soil and watering

if you need to repot the plant, make sure to use a good quality house plant mix with good drainage.

Keep the soil damp, not moist. Water when the soil in the pot feels dry to the touch. 

A shower once a month will help get rid of the dust collecting on the leaves and any parasite insects that might be airborne. 

Propagation

The Pothos plants propagate very easily. Any broken stems containing at least one leaf node can be propagated in water and as soon as the roots reach 2-3 cm, the plant can be planted in soil, creating a new plant. 

Scindapsus aureus Identification Sheet

Origin
Southeast Asia, New Guinea, Queensland
Genus
Scindapsus
Species / Cultivar
aureus
Common name(s)
Pothos, Australian Native Monstera, Devil's Ivy, Golden Pothos, Ivy Arum, Silver Vine, Taro Vine
Synonym
Epipremnum pinnatum
Situation
indirect bright light
Eventual spread
20 m, easy to prune
Flowering period
indoors rarely, almost never
Hardiness
tender, no lower than 10 degrees
Skill level
Very easy
Rate of growth
quick growing

Product warranties

We can guarantee that the plants leave our nursery disease free, but weather and local conditions might affect their survival. Make sure you always make an informed purchasing decision.

The plants that leave our nursery are in the best condition, free of disease. Kept in adequate conditions (positioning and care), the plants are guaranteed for 3 months if they are planted in the ground or one year if they are kept in their original pots. Return policy applies only to plants that are in their original pots.

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Delivery location

Due to the nature of the consignments, the courier's drivers are not insured to carry goods through your property. The standard delivery location is the border of your property or the entrance of a communal space. If other arrangements need to be made, please get in touch with us as soon as the order is placed.
Vouchers and small boxes can be posted through the letterbox, provided there is unrestricted access to it. 

GENERAL CARE

Palm trees are one of the most popular choices for indoor plants to grow. They provide the majestic beauty of a tropical garden and the ease of care. The less mature palms can be used as a desk plant for a small office and even in bathrooms of some homes. 

An inevitable problem encountered by growing palms indoors is the amount of dust that builds up on the leaves over time. 

WATERING

The soil in the pots should be kept moist and never be allowed to dry out. During the summer months you will be watering as much as twice per week to maintain moisture levels, whereas in winter you should water sparingly.

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