The genus name Epipremnum is derived from the Greek terms 'epi' (upon) and 'premna' (tree stump), a reference to the epiphytic growth habit of plants from this genus. This
Epipremnum Pinnatum Variegata can grow huge, fenestrated leaves with splendid patterns of albo white, cream and yellow variegation. It's an aggressive climber as well - we recommend to stake this plant early on to encourage fast, maximum growth. The variegation on this one is absolutely stunning, and the split mature leaves make it a good replacement to the Monstera Deliciosa Albo.
Light: Epipremnum Pinnatum Variegata enjoys bright indirect light, the minimum light requirement is medium indirect light.
Water: Keep the soil evenly moist, but not soggy. If the top 2"-4" soil is dry, then it's time to water.
Epipremnum Pinnatum Variegata prefers well-drained soil. It can also grow in sphagnum moss.