Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata
Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata is a climbing plant from the Araceae family and is native to Southeast Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands. With the help of its aerial roots, it can grow up to 20 meters high on trees there. But also in the home four walls, the rare houseplant can form several meters long shoots with good care. Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata is a very special eye-catcher in any living room jungle due to its bright white leaves with green speckles and spots. The almost unique leaf pattern comes out very well on the slit leaves, no wonder this collectible plant is so popular.
CareThe substrate of Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata should never dry out completely, because after all, this exotic is a real tropical inhabitant. Optimal is a continuous uniform moisture in the pot ball. Before watering, the top layers of soil should be slightly dry to avoid waterlogging. Because the Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata, which is actually known as a very frugal houseplant, dislikes this just as much as extreme dryness. How often you actually have to water, however, ultimately depends largely on light, humidity, size of the plant and the pot. Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata is happy with high humidity, bright indirect light and temperatures between 18° and 23° Celsius. As soon as the Epipremnum pinnatum marble variegata forms shoots, you should support it with a vine stick. Then it will feel completely at home. For this purpose, commercially available vine sticks for climbing plants or homemade sticks made of Sphagnum moss are suitable. Of course, you can also cultivate it as a hanging plant.