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. 

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.

Learn about the Cebu Blue pothos growing and care requirements.

What Is Cebu Blue Pothos?

Cebu Blue pothos is a variety of Epipremnum pinnatum or the Centipede Tongavine plant. It is native to the island of Cebu in the Philippines, growing in tropical forests and even in people’s gardens.

Cebu Blue Pothos Care Guide

Cebu Blue Pothos is an unpretentious houseplant. It’s fast-growing and resistant to most pests and diseases. However, it can suffer when planted in the wrong soil mix or if you keep it in a dark corner of your home. 

Cebu Blue Pothos Propagation Guide

You can use stem cuttings to propagate Cebu Blue Pothos and make new plants.First, take a sharp pair of scissors and disinfect the blades with rubbing alcohol.

5 Common Problems to Avoid

1.) Pests 2.) Yellowing Leaves 3.) Curling Leaves 4.) Leaves Are Turning Dark Green 5.) Leaves Are Getting Smaller


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