Dragon Tail Pothos: Most Unknown “Beginner-Friendly” Epipremnum Plant



Dragon Tail pothos (Epipremnum pinnatum), also known as the Centipede Tongavine, is the most beginner-friendly pothos variety you’ve probably never heard of. Despite being very common in the wild, it’s a surprisingly rare houseplant.

Today, you’ll find a complete care guide, learn about its unique fenestration, and how to identify this pothos cultivar correctly.

What Is Dragon Tail Pothos?

Dragon Tail pothos is the common name for the Epipremnum pinnatum plant, an evergreen climbing vine from the Araceae family. 

How Big Does the Epipremnum Dragon Tail Grow?

The pothos Dragon Tail plant can grow vines up to 10 feet (3 meters) long when grown as an indoor plant. In the wild, this species uses its aerial roots to climb trees and can reach a height of up to 50 feet (15 meters).

Dragon Tail Pothos Care Guide

- Light - Soil - Water - Temperature - Humidity - Fertilizer - Pruning - Support - Repotting

Propagation Guide

Dragon Tail pothos is easy to propagate using stem cuttings. Use a sharp, sterilized blade, and cut a long vine into single-node cuttings. Put the cuttings in a glass of water, and keep them in a warm and sunny location but out of direct sunlight.

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