Cebu Blue Pothos: Care & Propagation Guide + 5 Problems to Avoid



Cebu Blue pothos or Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Cebu Blue’ is a tropical houseplant with oval, silvery-blue leaves. It’s just as easy to grow as other pothos varieties but packs more decorative appeal due to its unique foliage color.

Plants with blue leaves are a rare sight in nature, and this blue pothos species is one of the special few. Luckily, it doesn’t need a special care regime, which means it can liven up any home with a touch of color and texture.

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Cebu Blue Pothos Care Guide


This pothos plant needs bright indirect sunlight to thrive. To meet its light requirements, keep it in a west or an east-facing room, about 2 – 3 feet away from the window.


Plant in well-draining, moisture-retentive soil. Although this is a tropical plant, it’s also an epiphyte. This means that it does not tolerate drought but is deathly sensitive to soil that stays wet all the time.


This is a house plant with moderate water requirements. First, allow the soil to dry out to a depth of 2 inches (5 cm), then give the plant a good soak. Make sure to get the soil evenly moist by slowly pouring water into the pot until it drips through the drainage holes.

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