If you are looking for easy care indoor plant that’s difficult to kill, look no further than the Devil’s Ivy. This trailing plant with its distinctly green and gold marbled leaves is a hardy houseplant that tolerates a wide range of growing conditions including low light and irregular watering.
They are fast growing plants with aerial roots, which are very versatile in the house. You can grow them in hanging baskets or trailing down a bookshelf or horizontally along a tabletop or a mantle. A bathroom with its high humidity is also a great place for hanging Devil’s Ivy. It is also good at providing privacy in any overlooking area of the house.
Originally native to the Moorea Island of French Polynesia, Devil’s Ivy has become naturalised in tropical and sub-tropical forest worldwide including South East Asia, Solomon Island, and Northern Australia. In its natural habitat the plant can grow up to 20 meters long, however as an indoor plant, it can grow up to 2 meters long.