Scindapsus is better known by its common name of Devil's Ivy, so called because it can survive even in low light. Found in tropical forest around the world devil's ivy is a natural climber (as you'd expect) and can be trained up a moss pole for height. The beautiful glossy heart shaped leaves are a variegated mix of greens and yellow that will look wonderful standing tall in a living space. It can also be potted into a hanging basket for a magnificent cascade effect. NASA has named devils ivy as one of the best air-purifying plants so it can be working hard removing pollutants from the air whilst looking beautiful in your living room. Thriving in indirect as well as low light this is a great indoor plant that's ideal for beginners. This plant comes with a moss pole so you can train the ivy to climb up.
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Scindapsus are happy in both indirect or filtered light as well as low light so they can be placed almost anywhere in the home.
Originating from tropical forests, devils ivy will benefit from an occasional misting of its leaves.
Allow the water to run right through the soil and out of the drainage holes of the nursery pot, leaving the water 10 minutes or so to sink through before returning to the display pot. This can be done once a week in summer but should be reduced in winter.
For a great introduction to houseplant care please read our blog below.