Baltic Blue pothos is a must-have plant for pothos or aroid fans who are looking for something new and different to add to their houseplant collections. This clone of Epipremnum pinnatum features rich green leaves that develop a bluish cast as they mature. As is the case with most pothos varieties, the leaves of Baltic Blue show off dramatic fenestrations as the plant grows, but this selection tends to develop these cuts earlier than other varieties.
Baltic Blue pothos is suitable for growing on a bright desk or tabletop when young -- you can let its stems grow horizontally along a surface. Or you can grow it in a hanging basket, allowing the stems to gracefully trail down from the pot. Or, you can grow it up vertically on a totem or other support. It performs equally well no matter how you train it, making Baltic Blue one versatile plant! As is the case with most pothos varieties, it makes for a good tabletop plant at an early age, but if you grow it vertically, you can feature it in your home or office as a lovely floor plant.
Baltic Blue pothos is closely related to Cebu Blue pothos (Epipremnum pinnatum 'Cebu Blue'), but it is a different plant. Baltic Blue tends to have darker leaves that fenestrate earlier. Cebu Blue has foliage that has a much more silvery blue cast.
Pothos plants are poisonous if ingested and can be irritant to the skin if touched. They are not known to be fatal, but they will cause irritation to your lips and tongue, and they can make you vomit. Make sure to keep the plant away from cats, dogs, and children.
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