Epipremnum pinnatum Skeleton Key
An unusual, rare potted plant that delights with its structure and color of its foliage. The Skeleton Key is a unique clone of this tropical climbing aroid. A plant found in tropical areas of Asia. As a juvenile plant the leaves are small and the plant will run on the ground or until it finds an object to climb. After climbing, the leaves mature into larger ones and often change with age. This maple tends to have most of the leaf near the stems and produces a small tail or a narrow slide at the tip of the leaf. This plant is very rare in collections, although it is easy to grow. A collector’s plant, the availability of which is very limited.
beautiful, deeply-cut foliage in adults
stunning shine on the surface of the leaf blades
low maintenance requirements
the plant is very difficult to access
For a good epipremnum growth, choose a bright place, but not in direct sunlight. The amount of light affects the color of the leaves. The substrate should be fertile, humus-rich, permeable, constantly moist, however, avoid too abundant watering, which may lead to rotting of the roots from excess water. It is a good idea to allow the substrate to partially dry out from time to time. It does not tolerate temperatures below 15 degrees Celsius. In the summer months, the plant can be fertilized from spring to autumn, it is worth adding fertilizer for green plants once every two weeks. Fertilization is not necessary in the fall and winter. The growth of the plant is then slower and it uses little nutrients. A suitable substrate is a universal substrate.
The plant is sold in a pot with a diameter of 12 cm. Plant height measured with the pot is approx. 30-33 cm.