As its name suggests, the Cebu Blue comes from the island of Cebu in the Philippines. Cebu is the country’s oldest city, and was the first capital of the Philippines. It’s a gorgeous tropical island that looks like paradise.
Cebu Blue Pothos is named for where it comes from, the hints of blue in its leaves, and its relation to pothos plants. (It’s not a philodendron.) Pothos are some of the easiest vines to grow and care for, making the Cebu Blue perfect for a beginner. As with most tropical plants with unique leaves and certainly other Pothos plants, Cebu Blue thrives on bright indirect light. However, the Cebu Blue is not as tolerant of low-light conditions as some other Pothos plants can be. Watering a Cebu Blue Pothos is very straightforward: water the soil thoroughly, then allow the top inch of soil to dry out completely before watering again. Overwatering will result in soggy, dense soil that could choke the roots.