Originally from the tropical rainforests of Brazil, he quickly climbed his way to the top of American houseplant culture due to ease of care, resilience, and light flexibility. Talk about a hat trick. A few of his other great talents include climbing, trailing, and easy propagation.
Low to bright indirect light. Direct light may burn his leaves.
Water around once a week.
Toxic to pets if ingested.
Small: about 7" tall and a 4" wide pot. Medium: about 10" tall and a 6" wide pot and hanger.
Forgiving and low maintenance—perfect for new plant parents.
Pro-tip: To propagate, cut a piece at least 6″ long and place in water in bright light. Roots will grow in one week.