(BN: Epipremnum aureum, Family: Araceae) Who has not heard of this wonder vine? This belongs to the family Araceae, and is native to Mo’orea.
This usually grows in the temperate regions. However now it is widely grown indoors in bottles filled with water as it grows in both soil and water with its capacity of propagating fast. This plant is often known as Devil’s vine as it doesn’t changes it colors from green to pale even in dark situation or no light. When we mention variegated it means different leaves are of different types and have random patterns, this is a especially propagated variety which look a bit fancy and is quite trendy as people are planting this particular vine in hanging pots in Verandahs or lobbies. This plant has a good capacity of purifying air and making the surrounding toxin free by eliminating – Formal Dehyde, toluene, xylene and Benzene from the air. Hence this plant is highly recommended for all households as an ornamental plant and as a air purifier.
- Soil: - A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.
- Water: - Watering can be done in alternate days.
- Fertilizer: - Not any specific one, but Cocopeat can be given in order to achieve a good growth.
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