Golden by name and golden by nature, the leathery foliage looks fantastic in a hanging pot or grown up a moss pole.
A climbing epipremnum famed for its large, heart shaped yellow leaves that boast impressive colour and vibrancy.
Aerial roots can be found shooting from the stem, which will either hang gracefully or anchor themselves to a surface. A moss pole can be added and then misted every now and again for maximum growth and plant health.
Found to clean the air extremely well of toxins, but it is also poisonous to humans as well as cats and dogs if ingested.
UK Grown right here in Sussex and sold in our environmentally-friendly, recycled pots made out of old computer parts.
Temperature Make sure not to let it get too cold, around 13°C and above is required.
WateringWill grow quickly in spring and summer with regular lots of soaking. Be sure to allow the compost to dry out between watering though and only water about once a month during winter. It loves a mist, so spray with fine water as often as you like!
Feeding Benefits from a liquid feed once a month.
Tips Pinch out the growing end tips of the plant and it will grow into an attractive bush shape.
Light Level Bright but not direct sunglight. Do not go too shady, or the yellows will turn to green.