You can’t go wrong with a pothos, and epipremnum ‘Cebu Blue’ is no exception. As the name suggests, this pothos has a subtle blue tone to its leaves. The special thing about this pothos is that its leaves change as they mature. They’ll start a pretty heart-shape and become more palm-shaped and holey as they grow older. As they grow and change shape, you’ll notice the leaves turn greener.
This pothos is incredibly easy to look after and will thrive in just about any spot you put it, making it a great houseplant for beginners. Sunshine or shade, it doesn’t mind. Give your pothos a drink when the top two inches of soil feel dry, but don’t worry if you forget every now and then. If the leaves look particularly limp, it’s probably time for a top up.
This houseplant looks just as good trailing from a shelf as it does climbing up a wall. Or, if you’ve ran out of shelf space, why not try pairing yours with a hanging pot?
Did you know?
Apparently ‘Cebu Blue’ leaves can be used to blacken your teeth. We’re not sure why you’d want to do that, but we wouldn’t recommend trying it…