Cebu Blue Pothos is an epiprenum but it’s classified as a epipremnum pinnatum, not an epipremnum aureum, like the rest of the pothos in this category. Cebu Blue has stunning silvery, powdery blue, shiny leaves that tend to have a sparkle under the right lighting conditions. I’m confident it’s one of those two but someone else might be … Continue reading “Cebu Blue Care ... What first attracted me to this plant was the unique holes in the leaves, called fenestrations. Cebu Blue Pothos. If you want larger leaves with fenestrations, give it more light, a stalk to climb, and humidity. As per the climatological normal values from PAGASA, the blue zone is January, the coolest month while the red zone is April, the hottest month, while the green zone is the is the extended comfort zone due to wind speed of 1 mph, all the temperatures within these zones are considerably in a state of comfort. ョップ プロペラ君【激安アウトレット高評価】 The Monstera siltepecana is commonly confused with Cebu blue plant due to the resemblance in color. However, the leaves of Epipremnum pinnatum are more similar to Rhaphidophira Pertusa. We recommend putting this plant on a mossy pole or trellis. Rhaphidophira Pertusa has quite similar fenestration with Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma. Their hypothesized purpose is to allow gusts of wind and rain to pass through the leaf, rather than batter it back and fourth. To keep as is, in juvenile form, place in low light. This plant This almost blue aroid is grown for its gorgeous long leaves that create delicate fenestrations down the center of the leaf. ... and has the ability to grow large and produce fenestrations if allowed to trail up and mature. It's been used as a hanging plant in a lot of houses because it can reach easily 1m long. See more ideas about epipremnum pinnatum, planting flowers, air layering. Or possibly cebu blue that’s starting to get fenestrations? ... Monstera Deliciosa is recognizable by its large, glossy unique green leaves with deep splits and holes called fenestrations that appear when the plant matures. Nov 6, 2020 - Explore's board "Epipremnum Pinnatum" on Pinterest. Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Cebu blue’ is a pretty and popular variety of pothos with shiny, silvery-blue leaves that seem to sparkle in the right light. Whoa that’s awesome! I think it might be an adansonii narrow form. The leaf shape, like holes inside the leaves, everything is so similar. While the Cebu blue has a hard ridge running throughout its stem. It needs a bright indirect light, and water whenever the … Cebu Blue Pothos in juvenile form, this plant is versatile in how it can grow. Rhaphidophira Pertusa and Epipremnum pinnatum also called Cebu Blue. Cebu Blue is a newer variety of Pothos with stunning foliage that has hit the market, and it is just as easy to grow as the plain old Pothos that you see everywhere. It’s native to the Philippines, which is in Southeast Asia. Cebu Blue Pothos likes to climb trees and surfaces to grow. As the plant matures, it will develop splits, almost like a monstera. Care: Low - bright light A balanced fertilizer, frequency is based on However, my first M. deliciosa was a juvenile, and none of its leaves had split yet. Monstera Siltepecana and Cebu Blue. However, Siltepecana can be identified with its smoothness. Trailing or climbing, Cebu blue is a beautiful addition to any indoor jungle, and it gets bonus points for being such an easy-care plant.