Devil's Ivy - with a moss pole

Epipremnum pinnatum

The Devil's Ivy is a great plant for beginners and will tolerate drought and low light, although will grow best in bright, indirect light with regular watering. It has lovely lush green leaves with creamy-yellow variegations.

It's a fast growing climber which will grow well up the moss pole it comes with. The plant with the moss pole is approx 80cm tall and makes a great statement in any room.

Also known as: Golden Pothos

Comes in a 19cm pot

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How to care for your Devil's Ivy - with a moss pole

Native habitat

Native to the rainforests of India, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indochina, through to Malesia, Tropical Australia and the Pacific Islands.

Light and position in the home

The Devil's Ivy can tolerate almost any light conditions. For best results provide it with bright indirect light. Paler leaves indicate too much light, loss of variegation indicates not enough. A south or west facing window would be best.


Allow the soil to dry out before watering your Devil's Ivy. It is fairly drought tolerant and will respond better to under rather than over watering, the latter causing the roots to rot.

Devil's Ivy - with a moss pole

Facts & Stats

Botanical Name

Epipremnum pinnatum



Plant Type

Tropical vine

Pet Safe




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