or make 4 interest-free payments of
WE CANNOT SHIP PLANTS OUTSIDE OF AUSTRALIA!!!
ALL plants shipped OUTSIDE Tasmania are now sent bare root. Do not fear this is the best way to get them all the way to you in the best possible condition. They come carefully wrapped in damp sphagnum moss to make the journey and the original pot to pop them back in once they arrive or choose a fab new pot from our range of pots.
Delivery Options - Spend $69 or more online in our Plantary and we offer FREE delivery within AUSTRALIA (excluding WA & NT)
(NO PO BOX)!
A fast-growing vine, devil's ivy is a climber whose length depends on whether it’s outdoor or indoors, plants typically range from 6 to 8 feet in length if left unpruned. The vine produces waxy, heart-shaped foliage variegated with bright yellow and green, and once again, the size of the leaves depends on where the plant is cultivated. Indoors, the leaves may reach about 4 inches in length, although leaves on outdoor plants can grow up to 30 inches long.
Indoor plants rarely bloom, but when planted outdoors, the vine produces an erect, 6-inch green spathe surrounding tiny flowers.
If you're growing it in containers, an all-purpose, peaty potting mix that drains well is adequate for proper growth.
Devil’s ivy grows well in partial to full shade outdoors, but growth slows when it's planted in deep shade and the foliage loses its variegation, turning mostly green. If you're growing the plant indoors, situate it in an area that receives filtered sunlight or bright artificial light.
No worries if you forget about fertilizing devil’s ivy because it isn’t a heavy feeder, and its growth probably won’t skip a beat. However, you can feed both indoor and outdoor plants with a general-purpose liquid houseplant fertilizer. An application or two through the growing season should be sufficient. Always follow label directions for application instructions and the specific amount to use.
Water Requirements- do not over water me
Devil’s ivy is highly drought-tolerant, so don’t fret if your note to yourself to water the plants slips your mind for several weeks. While the plant is actively growing, water houseplants deeply –until it runs from the bottom drainage holes –approximately once a week or when the top inch or two of soil feels dry. During winter, cut back on watering to about once every other week. Watering outdoor plants once a week is sufficient, but reduce the frequency to once every two weeks in winter.
What is the difference between the Snow Queen & Marble Queen?
The Epipremnum aureum is a species of flowering plant in the family of Araceae and is native to French Polynesia. This plant has a multitude of common names, Golden Pothos, Pothos or Snow Queen. The Snow Queen is an evergreen vine that can grow over 1mtr tall. The Marble Queen can climb by means of aerial roots which adhere to surfaces. The leaves are variegated green with a cream border. The Snow Queen grows well in bright, indirect sunlight but will also tolerate low light conditions. Snow Queens are drought tolerant and don't require a lot of water. Allow the top layer of soil to dry between waterings. Because of the hardiness and low maintenance, this makes it a popular choice for beginner gardeners.