65 - 80cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant
65 - 80cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant

30 - 50cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 15cm Pot House Plant

Epipremnum Silvery Ann, a variety of Epipremnum (often associated with Pothos), is favored for its attractive, variegated foliage. The leaves typically present a silver, creamy variegation, making it a visually appealing choice for indoor gardeners. Leaves: Heart-shaped with silvery, creamy-white...
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65 - 80cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant

30 - 50cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 15cm Pot House Plant

£34.99 £29.99

30 - 50cm Epipremnum Silvery Ann on Mosspole Scindapsus 15cm Pot House Plant

£34.99 £29.99

Epipremnum Silvery Ann, a variety of Epipremnum (often associated with Pothos), is favored for its attractive, variegated foliage. The leaves typically present a silver, creamy variegation, making it a visually appealing choice for indoor gardeners.

  • Leaves: Heart-shaped with silvery, creamy-white variegation on a green base. The variegation is more prominent on the midrib and veins of the leaves.

Care Guide:

Epipremnum Silvery Ann is quite adaptable and manageable in care, especially when trained on a mosspole:

  • Light:

    • Prefers medium to bright, indirect light. The variegation becomes more pronounced with more light, but be cautious of direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves.
  • Water:

    • Allow the top inch of the soil to dry out between waterings. Overwatering can lead to root rot, so ensure the soil is well-draining.
  • Soil:

    • A well-draining potting mix, such as a mixture of peat moss and perlite, ensures that the roots remain healthy and avoids waterlogging.
  • Temperature:

    • Optimal temperatures lie between 65°F (18°C) and 80°F (27°C).
    • Keep away from drafts, air vents, and drastic temperature fluctuations.
  • Humidity:

    • Enjoys higher humidity but can tolerate average indoor humidity levels. Mist the leaves or use a humidifier for added moisture.
  • Fertilization:

    • During the growing season (spring to early autumn), feed every 4-6 weeks with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
    • Fertilization can be reduced or skipped during the winter months.
  • Pruning:

    • Prune to manage growth and promote bushiness. Pinch back the stems just above a leaf node.
  • Pests and Problems:

    • Watch for pests such as spider mites, aphids, and mealybugs. Wipe leaves regularly and treat pests promptly.
    • Yellowing leaves can indicate overwatering or insufficient light.
  • Propagation:

    • Propagation is straightforward with stem cuttings. Place cuttings in water until roots develop, and then transfer to soil.

Using a Mosspole:

Using a mosspole or coir pole can provide support and promote larger leaf growth for vining plants like Epipremnum:

  • Mounting:

    • Gently attach the stems to the mosspole using soft ties or clips. Ensure not to damage the stems in the process.
  • Moss Pole Care:

    • Keep the moss pole slightly damp to allow the aerial roots of the Epipremnum to grip and climb.
    • Mist the pole regularly or soak it during watering sessions.
  • Training the Plant:

    • As new growth develops, gently guide and attach it to the mosspole to encourage upward growth.
    • Prune as needed to manage the shape and size.

Additional Tips:

  • Be cautious of placement as Epipremnum can be toxic to pets if ingested.
  • Rotate the pot every few weeks to ensure even growth, as the plant will tend to grow towards the light source.

Epipremnum Silvery Ann on a mosspole can become a lively, cascading green feature in your space, providing a refreshing, tropical ambiance while also being forgiving and easy-going in its care.

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