Epipremnum Pinnatum 'Marble Planet'
This one has many names - Devil's Ivy, Epipremnum Pinnatum, Scindapsus - all with Marble Planet ending. One thing for sure - it will grow to become trailing if you use a moss pole or hanging if you put it in a hanging pot! This plant is a new cultivar and as such don't exist in the wild! Closest cousin to it is the variegated version, Marble Queen.
Stunning appearance of Marble Planet with its large structured leaves of a deep green colour should fool you - it is extremely easy to care for and very strong and forgiving to newbie plant parents - a perfect first plant!
It comes in a 12 cm pot and is approx 30 cm long.
Light: Low - Medium. He doesn't need a lot of light to thrive, and is probably on par with sansevierias in terms of low light tolerability, however he'll be forever grateful if you can give him a good bright spot in your place!
Min light - 50 FC, Good Growth - 200 FC
Water: Medium. Water thoroughly and let the top inch of soil to dry between waterings. The brighter the spot is - the more often you need to water it and visa versa!
Pets: Toxic to cats and dogs, but if you hang it, it shouldn't be much of an issue!
See instructions on how to measure your light and properly water your plants in our FAQs Plant Care section!