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Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue pothos.

Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue pothos.

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Baltic Blue pothos does not have the silver sheen, and its leaves are not as much of a bluish-green. Baltic Blue also begins to fenestrate earlier than other pothos plants. 

 

And the cool thing about Baltic Blue is that the leaves will grow in size even without a climbing apparatus like a trellis or moss pole. So how you display it is really up to you. Pot on a table, hanging basket, with or without a pole or trellis…it’s your call.

The lighting needs for Baltic Blue pothos mirror those of most other pothos plants. The plant’s deep green leaves have blue undertones, and they thrive in anywhere from medium to bright light.That means that you can put it anywhere near a sunny window. I generally put plants like this one to several feet away from a west- or east-facing window. Though this plant will probably be fine in a north-facing window.

If you have it on a south-facing window, just be cognizant of how much strong light you’re getting. This placement could be fine in the spring, fall, and winter, but summer sun might be too strong even indoors.

Direct light can burn the leaves, so if you’re taking it outside for the spring and summer, make sure it’s in bright shade. If you have to have it somewhere that gets direct sun, weaker direct morning sun is best.You should let the soil mix dry out almost all the way between watering sessions. If you let it dry out completely, you’ll notice the leaves begin to wilt. The plant will rebound if you don’t let it go too far without water, but don’t make this a habit. 

 

 

 

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