Devils Ivy FAQ

Devils Ivy At a Glance
Botanical Name:  Epipremnum aureum
Watering Requirements: Regular watering
Lighting Requirements: Bright Indirect light indoors. Sheltered position outdoors.
Humidity Requirements: Moderate/High
Soil Type:
 Well draining
Devils Ivy Length: The vines can reach 10′ or longer, making them ideal for hanging baskets where they will create beautiful draping foliage.

We reccommend waiting for the top 2" of soil are dry before watering your devils ivy.

If under watered your devils ivy will "faint", the good news is it will perk straight back up once you water it thoroughly.

When it comes to light Devils Ivy prefer to be placed in a brightly lit room (no direct sun) indoors & a Shady position outdoors.

As far as soil goes, a standard houseplant potting mix is perfectly fine. It should be well-draining, but hold on to enough water to remain moist in between watering (devil’s ivy doesn’t like super dry soil).

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