Epipremnum Amplissimum is a tropical vine that originates from New Guinea, northwestern Australia and the Solomon Islands. In a natural position, it grows in the wetlands of a lush rainforest, where it climbs trees with aerial roots. It is a less known species than the popular Golden Epipremnum, harder to get and sought after by collectors.
The undoubted decoration of Epipremnum amplissimum are uniformly shimmering green, slender, lanceolate and narrow leaves, reaching a length of up to 12 inches. It grows best and looks the most effective when supported, then the leaves are larger and the whole plant looks extremely elegant. As an adult, she can reach considerable sizes.
• Light: Moderate to bright, indirect light. Plants with more variegation will require brighter indirect light.
• Water: Allow potting mix to dry out a bit before watering. Soil about 1-2 inches down should be dry to touch. Water more frequently during warmer months and fertilize during the growing season. Do not overwater or keep the soil wet for too long, as this will encourage root rot.
• Considerations: Planting in a fast draining potting mix ideally with bark, perlite and activated charcoal. Average humidity is fine, however the higher the humidity the more lush the plant will be.
WHAT TO EXPECT
You'll get a healthy Epipremnum Amplissimum that meets our rigorous quality standards in a 3" nursery pot. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos.