Epipremnum pinnatum 'Cebu Blue' - Live Plant


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Cebu Blue is such a unique Epipremnum! The leaves are consistently steely-blue and arrow-shaped when young.  As these plants mature the foliage develops dramatic fenestrations, similar to many Monstera, Rhaphidophora and split-leaf Philodendrons. Our Cebu Blue are true cutting-grown from non-tissue culture stock plants.  

Order Limit: ONE PER CUSTOMER. Orders with more than one plant will be cancelled and refunded. 

Container Size / Condition: Plants for this release are all of similar size and maturity. Small variation between plants is normal. We are not photographing each individual plant for this release. All plants are fully rooted and potted in 5" eco containers. The listing photo posted here was taken on July 26, 2021, and is a good representation of the available plants. Customers are welcome to pick out their plant when picking up. 

Order Info: Ordering is available ONLINE ONLY, starting at 11 am on Friday, September 3, 2021. We have 30 Cebu Blue ready for this release. 

We are not able to accept phone or in-person orders for this plant release. 

Shipping info: LOCAL PICK UP ONLY - no exceptions. Out-of-town orders will be cancelled unless the buyer is able to pick them up locally within 2 days. 

When will orders be ready? Confirmed orders can be picked up during business hours anytime after 12 pm on Friday, September 3, 2021. Orders must be picked up within 2 days of purchase. 

Return Policy: All sales are final on these Cebu Blue. The plants are well established, healthy and as pictured. Buyers are welcome to decline the plant at the time of pickup (for a full refund), but once it has left our store there are no returns for any reason. 

Care: Epipremnum pinnatum 'Cebu Blue' is a strongly vining plant that does very well when growing on a coir totem. It loves diffused light and definitely benefits from extra humidity during the dry winter months. It may take several years for the full splits to appear on the leaves; this usually begins as smaller holes on a few leaves, with the plant eventually becoming fenestrated on all leaves. 

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