• Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue
  • Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue
  • Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue

Epipremnum pinnatum Baltic Blue

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Species: Epipremnum pinnatum


Cultivar: Epipremnum pinnatum 'Baltic Blue'

Plant genus: Epipremnum

Plant family: Araceae

Native to: Andaman Is., Assam, Bangladesh, Bismarck Archipelago, Borneo, Cambodia, Caroline Is., China South-Central, China Southeast, Cook Is., Fiji, Hainan, India, Jawa, Laos, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Maluku, Marshall Is., Myanmar, Nansei-shoto, New Caledonia, New Guinea, Nicobar Is., Northern Territory, Philippines, Queensland, Samoa, Santa Cruz Is., Solomon Is., Sulawesi, Sumatera, Taiwan, Thailand, Tonga, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Wallis-Futuna Is.

Introduced later to: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Leeward Is., Puerto Rico, Windward Is.

Soil drainage: Very well-drained, we recommend a substrate mix composed of organic substrate, perlite, pine bark, sphagnum moss.

Soil pH: Acidic

Fertilizers: Requires fertilization during the active vegetative period, with an N.P.K fertilizer according to preferences in diluted quantities. We recommend fertilizing with diluted solution at each watering. From October to early spring (March), reduce fertilization.

Air humidity: For the correct development of the plant, an ambient humidity level from 50% to 80% is necessary. Green Mirrors recommends attaching the plant to a support to promote leaf maturation and the appearance of fenestrations.

Temperature: 18-30 degrees Celsius

Light: Full indirect light. It also accepts direct light for a few hours if the window is east-facing, which will enhance variegation.

Plant height including pot: 15-25 cm

Epipremnum pinnatum 'Baltic Blue' features rich green leaves that develop a bluish cast as they mature. As is the case with most Epipremnum varieties, the leaves of Baltic Blue show off fenestrations as the plant grows, but this selection tends to develop these cuts earlier than other varieties.

Perfectly adapted to indoor environments, Epipremnum pinnatum 'Baltic Blue' is always a perfect choice due to its unique foliage, characterized by extremely captivating variegation patterns in a mix of intense green and creamy white, creating an astonishing visual contrast that develops fenestrations as it matures.

Moreover, one of its remarkable qualities is its high adaptability, being able to tolerate a wide range of temperatures and humidity levels, making it suitable for various indoor environments. Additionally, it is known for its purifying abilities, helping to improve air quality in indoor spaces by removing toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene.

Attention! To check the moisture level of the substrate, inserting a finger into the pot at a depth of 2 cm is the best method for measuring soil moisture.

Therefore, if you feel the substrate is moist, keep the spray bottle away from it for a day or two, and if it feels dry, water it.

Attention 2! When it comes to watering, we must consider the pot in which the plant is planted, as well as the amount of substrate and its aeration level. That is, we don't pour a liter of water into a pot with a diameter and height of 12 cm, because we'll drown the plant's roots. It's best to pour out the excess water from the collector tray half an hour after watering.

Good luck with caring for it! And don't forget to give us updates about your plant, using hashtag #greenmirrors and tag @green.mirrors in your Instagram posts! We promise to share them in our stories

Tags: Epipremnum, Epipremnum pinnatum, Epipremnum pinnatum 'Blatic Blue', Araceae, rare plants, unusual plants, decorative foliage plants, trailing plants, purifying plants, indoor decorative plants.