How to Grow Devils Ivy
Devil’s ivy, also known as pothos, should be one of the first plants on your wish list when starting out on your indoor plant growing journey. Then there are collection-worthy varieties like variegated white and green ‘Marble Queen’ and lime green ‘Neon’ that definitely deserve a place in your indoor jungle.
Devil’s ivy has a trailing or climbing habit, so its long stems can be draped over and down shelves or trained up a totem, or it can cascade luxuriously out of a hanging basket. They’re super tough plants, which will thrive in a brightly lit spot indoors that’s protected from direct sunlight, however they’re also tolerant of more dimly lit areas. They’ll also do well in humid areas like bathrooms and kitchens.
Grow in a well-lit position indoors, out of direct sunlight, or in a sheltered spot outdoors.
Allow potting mix to dry out in between watering.
Use good quality potting mix.
Suitable for growing all year round.