Buy Devils Ivy Brisbane Southside Nursery
Looking for a nursery that stocks the Devils Ivy plant on the Brisbane Southside for your home or office? Wellers Hill Hardware and Landscaping Supplies have a great indoor plant nursery in Tarragindi Brisbane Southside. We stock a wide range of indoor plants including a great selection of the most popular. We’re a family run business that has been in this Tarragindi location for decades. Looking for a particular plant? Why not give us a call today on 07 3848 1682.
Some of the other popular plants that we stock include; Prayer plants, Umbrella tree, Peace lily, Devils ivy, Rubber plant, Fiddle fig, Zu-zu plant, Swiss-cheese plant, Elephants ear, Range of Philodendron, Range of Ficus, Range of Ferns.
We’re local to the following suburbs: Holland Park, Holland Park West, Nathan, Mount Gravatt, Mount Gravatt East, Salisbury, Greenslopes, Annerley, Moorooka, Yeronga, Yeerongpilly
The Devils Ivy
Devils are probably one of the most common house plants, not just because they are one of the most frequently purchased but because they are such a hardy plant known to endure much neglect. The devil’s ivy comes in various colours, from the white and green Marble to the green neon. As the devil’s ivy is a climbing plant, the vines can be hung down from shelves or encouraged to climb totem poles.
Epipremnum Aureum, commonly known as the devil’s ivy, is a member of the Araceae family and native to Mo’orea in French Polynesia.
How To Re-Pot and Grow Your Devils Ivy Plant Inside
- It’s a great idea to choose a pot with good drainage holes, or alternatively, you can place your plastic pot inside an enclosed pot.
- If re-potting, partially fill the new pot with a quality potting mix.
- Remove your devil’s ivy plant from the pot taking great care. Assess the condition of the roots when re-potting and cut away any roots that have tangled or circled.
- Place your plant in the middle of the pot and fill in the pot with the same quality potting mix. Ensure your plant is secure by gently pressing down the potting mix around it and watering well.
- If you’re new to indoor plants Its a great idea to have a moisture meter to assist with watering as overwatering or underwatering isn’t great for your indoor plants. Check the first two centimetres of soil and if dry water is required.
- Let the potting mix dry out in between watering.
- Remove any dead or dying leaves as required.
- To encourage bushier growth simply trim the longer vines as required.
- Cuttings taken from the plant can be used to propagate new plants. This is done by simply placing the cutting in a glass jar with at least two root nodes in water.