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This flowering evergreen vine is a unique species from the Araceae family and famous for its large, gold-marble leaves. Commonly referred to as “Pothos” or “Devil’s Ivy”, Epipremnum Aureum is a remarkably resilient plant that provides incredible beauty with minimal care. Devils Ivy is widely appreciated for its beauty, but is also a powerful air-purifier, making it a great choice for indoor spaces.
Epipremnum Aureum (Gold Marble) is a remarkable plant that is resilient as they come. Devils Ivy can live in just about any lighting situation, and can survive long periods of drought.
This plant is popular around the world and has earned itself a plethora of common names including; Money Plant, Silver Vine, Solomon Islands Ivy, Marble Queen, Taro Vine, Golden Pothos, Ceylon Creeper, Hunter’s Robe, and Ivy Arum.
While Epipremnum Aureum can survive just about anything, it prefers to be watered once every 4-8 days, though you don't need to worry if you forget to water for a week or so. For the best growing situation, keep this plant in a shaded part of a room with a south-facing window.
As you may have guessed, Devils Ivy is poisonous. This plant produces internal insoluble raphides that are considered highly toxic to both cats and dogs. If you have any four-legged friends running around the house, it's best to keep this plant well out of reach, though animals aren't typically attracted to Epipremnum Aureum.
Devil's Ivy is famous for its large leaves with golden marble streaks, and its ability to remove volatile organic compounds from the air.
If you want to add a splash of color and a breath of fresh air to your home or office, Epipremnum Aureum (Gold Marble) is a fabulous option!