A few essentials
- Devil's Ivy - Scindapsis
- 12 cm pot
- Easy care - prefers indirect light but will accept a darker area and/or a sunny window sill (see below)
- Grows more slowly in less light
- Water once a week or twice in the summer.
It’s all in the details
Devil's Ivy is a trailing plant which looks great cascading off a high shelf or when hung in a window from a curtain rail or from a shower rail. This is a fairly large sized plant and will grow quickly too, if you are looking for fast, impressive results.
Mon Pote’s take on this
I am a huge lover of Devil's Ivy plants and have four in my house. One on a darkish landing, two in direct sun (against advice but it doesn't seem to mind) and one in a very light room. I love the way they trail and grow quickly. They withstand a bit of underwatering as well as a bit of over watering. I'm not advising plant abuse but if you forget them sometimes they won't just die on you.