This pretty plant is the perfect combination of the easy care of a Pothos and the unique variation of dark green to silvery blue-green leaves that practically sparkle.
When the Blue Pothos reaches the mature stage, the leaves become greener and develop a zigzagging division at the leaves’ ends. This pattern makes them resemble palm fronds or their common nickname "Dragon Tail". Mature leaves will reliably reach a length of four inches. Juvenile plants do well dangling in a hanging basket but they become vigorous climbers as mature plants needing the support of a trellis, totem, or pole.
LIGHT: Blue Pothos likes bright, indirect light for the best coloration and growth. It can do well in a low light setting because it is a woodland plant. Protect the plant from bright, direct sunlight as this can scorch its leaves. The ideal room temperatures for this plant range from 60° – 80° degrees Fahrenheit.
WATER: The Cebu Blue Pothos plant does best with the soak-and-dry method of watering. Water the plant thoroughly, allowing water to flow through the drainage holes. Allow the top 1-2" of soil to dry out between watering.
HUMIDITY: These tropical vines like a humid setting. Place your plant on a pebble tray or set up a humidifier near your Cebu Blue to keep it happily humid.
* Pothos are toxic to children and pets *
* ships in a 6" nursery pot *