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Devil’s Ivy (Epipremnum aureum) – Office Plant

Epipremnum aureum (Devil's Ivy) office plant

Devil's Ivy - Perfect for Office Hanging Planters

Epipremnum aureum, commonly known as Devil’s Ivy, is a tropical plant native to the Solomon Islands, which has become a popular choice for indoor spaces, including offices. Its easy-to-care nature and air-purifying capabilities make it a favorite among interior designers and office managers.

Devil’s Ivy has heart-shaped leaves that can range from small to large and can grow up to 10 feet in length. It is a versatile plant that can be grown in hanging planters or trained to climb on poles or walls. The plant is also known for its ability to adapt to low-light conditions, making it a great option for offices with limited natural light.

Epipremnum Aureum Helps to Maintain Healthy Air

In addition to its aesthetic appeal, Devil’s Ivy is known for its air-purifying qualities. It can effectively remove harmful pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene from the air. In an office environment, where air quality can be compromised by synthetic materials and chemicals, Devil’s Ivy can provide a natural solution to improve the air quality.

Caring for Devil’s Ivy is relatively easy. It prefers well-draining soil and indirect sunlight. It is important to allow the soil to dry out slightly between watering to avoid overwatering. Fertilising with a balanced liquid fertiliser once a month can promote healthy growth.

Aztec Experience with Epipremnum Aureum (Devil's Ivy)

Epipremnum Aureum (Devil’s Ivy) is one of our go-to species when selecting living plants for offices with hanging planters. In past we have planted Epipremnum Aureum in Weatherbys office in London. Find out more on the case study page

Epipremnum Aureum Key Characteristics for Office

HANGING / CLIMBING PLANT

AIR-FILTERING 

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