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6” Epipremnum amplissimum ‘silver’


 Bright indirect light

 Allow top 1-2" of soil to dry between watering


Epipremnum amplissimum is an attractive and unique indoor houseplant.  It is easy to care for and can bring a vibrant atmosphere to any home. This low-maintenance plant is sure to bring joy and style to your decor.

Epipremnum amplissimum loves to climb so be sure to provide it with a coco pole or other type of support structure.  As it climbs higher the leaves will get larger and even longer, a true sight to behold!

Epipremnum amplissimum care:

This plant prefers a well draining soil that is rich in organic matter.  Allow your plant to dry out almost completely between watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water.  Provide your new plant with plenty of medium to bright indirect light!

Additional information:

Epipremnum, commonly referred to as "Pothos" is a vining epiphytic plant native to tropical and subtropical areas of the world.

Pothos is an incredibly easy to care for plant that is mainly collected for its distinctive colorful foliage. They generally do not flower as a houseplant.

If you allow your Pothos to climb, its leaves will get larger and larger the higher it climbs!

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews

6” Epipremnum amplissimum ‘silver’

Melanie Frank
Better than the online photo!

I ordered a Epipremnum amplissimum ‘silver’ to replace one I killed and it’s beautiful! It is already trailing and arrived in perfect shape. I will be ordering from Canopy Plants again. My cart is already loaded!

Andrea Lewis
What a beauty

Arrived healthy and happy. Very pleased with this plant and can’t wait to see it grow.

Very full plant

Unfortunately I messed up with the last one I purchased, so this is Round 2 for me. The other plant was very lush and full, just like the last one.

For those who are new to this particular plant like I am, the roots are MUCH thicker than regular Epipremnum; I’d say they’re more like Aglaonema roots, so be very careful when watering so you don’t accidentally rot them like I did.

Leslie Morris

So big and full! I feel like it’s growing in front of my eyes…like all reviewers have said, much more striking in person