The Cebu Blue Pothos plant does best with the soak-and-dry method of watering. Water the plant thoroughly, allowing water to flow through the drainage holes.
Do not water again until the top inch of soil is quite dry. As with all plants, excessive watering will cause root rot.
These tropical vines like a humid setting. Place your plant on a pebble tray with a bit of water (not touching the bottom of the pot). As the water evaporates, it will increase the humidity levels around the plant.
Another option is to set up a humidifier near the plant to increase ambient humidity levels in the room.
Cebu Blue Pothos does well with a light, airy potting mix. A standard, bagged potting mix is fine. Improve the soil by adding some coarse material, such as sand, vermiculite, perlite, or orchid bark.
Give your plant at least 6 hours of bright, indirect sunlight daily
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