Scindapsus aureus

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Scindapsus aureus

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Pothos, Devil's Ivy, Taro Vine

This extremely resilient South East Asian species is loved for its lush heart-shaped green leaves splashed with gold. A great choice for even darker rooms, it can be trained up poles or left to trail attractively from a hanging pot.

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This extremely resilient South East Asian species is loved for its lush heart-shaped green leaves splashed with gold. A great choice for even darker rooms, it can be trained up poles or left to trail attractively from a hanging pot.

It grows more vigorously in bright indirect light with regular feeding, but will also tolerate a darker spot. The vines will grow to impressive lengths, and can be encouraged to branch out if the growing tip is snipped. Any cuttings will root readily in water.

Water when the top few cm of soil feel dry, and do not leave to sit in water for long periods. It is happy in average humidity though like most tropical plants should be kept away from heat sources. Giving it an occasional shower will help get rid of any dust.

Scindapsus aureus Identification Sheet

South East Asia, New Guinea, Queensland
Species / Cultivar
Common name(s)
Pothos, Devil's Ivy, Taro Vine
Epipremnum pinnatum
indirect bright light
Eventual spread
20 m, easy to prune
Flowering period
indoors rarely, almost never
tender, no lower than 10 degrees
Skill level
Very easy
Rate of growth
quick growing
Frequently asked questions about houseplants

How often should I feed my house plants?

With some house plants, you can feed them according to the label on the feed. It may look like it's not enough and you could be tempted to add more than the recommended dose, but do remember that the correct dosages will prevent the roots from getting burned from too much concentration. 

As a rule of thumb, once a month, a mild solution of a balanced organic fertiliser is ideal to be applied in the growing season. 

How often should I water my house plants?

Watering houseplants is always a tricky business. Some love to have their soil moist at all times, others like to be on the drier side. Also, every home is different and winters are not the same as summers. 

Conditions differ throughout the year, all over the country and plants have different preferences. 

Make sure you read the care instructions that come with the plant and adjust that according to your home.

Plant 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 information

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. 

Please make sure you leave delivery instructions, at checkout, in case you won't be at home when the courier delivers.







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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. 


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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