Cebu Blue (Epipremnum pinnatum)
When it comes to being a very unique and interesting plant, Cebu Blue goes above and beyond! The plant will drastically alter in appearance as it grows from a young plant to mature adult. Young plants leaves take on an elongated shape with blue/silver coloring as the mature adults tend to look more like palm fronds. Also known as Blue Philodendron, it is a part of the Araceae family and originated in the Philippines on an Island named Cabu. Since this plant hails from the rainforest, it is fond of moist soil with full to part shade.
Also Known As: Blue Philodendron.
Native Range: Asia, Australia
Ease of Growing: Easy
Grown As: Perennial
Plant Habit: Vine
Maturity (Blooms): N/A
Light: Full or partial light. It will thrive either in direct light or moderately shaded areas.
Water: Medium to high
Soil Moisture: Medium. Allow the soil to get fairly dry between watering
Temperature: 95 to 45 degrees
Attracts Beneficial Insects?: Frogs.
Containers: Yes. Containers and hanging baskets are ideal.
USDA Zone: Perennial: Indoors: 2-11
Annual: Outdoors 2-9
Perennial: Outdoors 9-11
Produces: Glossy, Blue/Silver evergreen leaves.