Spring Trailing Duo

Spring Trailing Duo


If you’re looking for an easy-care, trailing beauty then this duo is the one for you. Add this pair to your indoor jungle and watch those leaves just grow and grow.

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A pair of trailing houseplants, with gorgeous heart shaped leaves. Pop me on a high shelf and watch me trail before your eyes.

A gorgeous pair of trailing houseplants, potted in our limited edition spring collection ceramics. This bundle includes:

- 1x Devil’s Ivy (Golden Pothos) in a pink TLB ceramic

- 1x Satin Pothos in a blue TLB ceramic.

The Devil’s Ivy is a fabulously versatile and resilient houseplant; he’ll grow almost anywhere and in any direction, he will climb or hang and he’s super easy to look after making him a top choice for first-time houseplant buyers. With his beautiful, shiny, heart-shaped leaves in striking two-tone shades of gorgeous green, the Devil’s Ivy is a fab plant for bringing the outdoors in and will look just fabulous as part of your indoor jungle. Potted in our stunning pink, limited edition TLB spring ceramics.

The Satin Pothos, with its speckled silver variegation on the leaves, is a fabulous trailing houseplant. It’s the velvety, pale green, variegated leaves with flecks of silver that make this fast-growing plant oh so special. Originally found growing in rainforests, the Satin Pothos is used to sitting in shadier spots under trees, making it a great all rounder and a fab choice for homes that don’t get a lot of natural light. The soft blue ceramic really does compliment those silvery-blue leaves, making this a perfect pair.

We absolutely love these limited edition ceramic pots, be quick, they won’t stick around for long!


Keep your Devil’s Ivy out of draughts and away from radiators. Avoid direct bright sunlight as this will scorch the leaves. Give him water when the soil is dry, usually every 1-2 weeks. To check whether he’s ready for a drink, push your thumb about 2 inches into the soil; if it’s dry, give him some water. Do not let the plant stand in water.

Our Satin Pothos AKA Scindapsus Pictus like a little bit of humidity. If the tips of the leaves are browning, it could be because the room is a little too dry.  Mist those leaves and he will perk up.  Water thoroughly and allow the top inch of soil to dry out between watering’s; too much will cause the delicate roots to rot.

Satin Pothos Care Guide

The beautiful Satin Pothos is all about the silver dotty heart-shaped leaves. It’s a climbing plant so perfect for a high shelf, placed in a macramé hanger or trained around an archway in your home. In its natural habitat,...

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Scindapsus Care Guide

The Scindapsus, or Devil's Ivy, is a large, leafy green houseplant with heart-shaped variegated leaves. Tolerant of both low light levels or a bright spot, it’s the ideal plant to fill any corner, without demanding too much time and...

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