The Baltic Blue Pothos Care Guide 2022

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If you are planning to add baltic blue pothos to your house plants collection I appreciate your decision. They are easy to care for and have beautiful look. They are easy to grow and propagate even for beginners. I will share my complete baltic blue pothos care guide with you here!

Baltic blue pothos is quite similar to Cebu blue pothos (Epipremnum pinnatum) but these two are different plants. As Baltic blue pothos has darker leaves while Cebu blue pothos has blue cast leaves. Young baltic blue pothos can easily grow on a bright desk or tabletop. You can easily grow it in a hanging basket that allows the stem to trail down from the pot gracefully.

You can grow it horizontally along the side of the surface or can grow it vertically up by giving support. Baltic blue is a versatile plant, it grows equally how you want to grow it. You can feature vertically grown blue pothos on your home and office floor as lovely floor plant.

Guide For Growing Baltic Blue Pothos

Here are 4 steps you should know before growing baltic blue pothos.

1. Light

Baltic blue pothos can grow ideally in both medium and high light spots as they can flourish in many light conditions. Bright light can turn the leaves greener than blue. We suggest you grow it unhampered east and facing the west windows where it can get 60 candles of footcandles of light within 3 to 4 feet.

2. Water

Like other varieties of pothos Baltic blue, pothos chooses to dry out between waterings but not entirely. Never leave the wet and saturated potting mix for a long time. Always check the soil moisture before watering because over-watering the pothos will turn the leaves yellow.

3. Humidity

It can easily bear the average level of humidity that can be found in homes and offices. It helps to boost the amount of moisture even in the air that is dry, particularly which is ideal for blue pothos growth and performance.

4. Fertilizing

Baltic Blue pothos has many benefits like other house plants. You only have to feed it 2 times a year. Fertilize it every six months by using a fertilizer formulated for house plants. If you want to grow your plants faster you can fertilize them more often. Always follow the instructions on packaging products while fertilizing.

What is baltic blue pothos?

Baltic blue pothos is a plant that has large, dark green leaves. As they get older their leaves turn blue which is eminent in fall and winter.

Origins of baltic blue pothos

Costa Farm created it for their 2022 trending topical collections. The plant is a clone of Epipremnum pinnatum.

How to propagate Baltic blue pothos

It is very easy to propagate the baltic blue pothos plant here is the step-by-step guide.

  1. Choose the new growth brach which is healthy
  2. Cut the branch with the help of sharp scissors
  3. Replace the lower leaves
  4. Place it under the water for at least 1-2 of the nodes
  5. In a week once change the water
  6. Roots form within 2-3 weeks
  7. When the roots grow 2-3 inches long plant them in the soil

Is baltic blue pothos toxic?

Yes, All the pothos plants are toxic for humans and pets. Keep them away from children.

Is baltic blue pothos rare?

It is not rare anymore as it is now selling online on amazon I also bought my first baltic blue pothos for 15$.

Why are my baltic blue pothos leaves turning yellow?

It occurs due to overwatering the plants or plants not getting enough sunlight. To solve this issue check the moisture of the soil let it dry completely and move the plant to more sunshine.

Why do my baltic blue pothos have brown spots?

Brown spots on baltic blue pothos leaves are usually due to underwatering the plant and the lack of humidity. To solve this cut the leaves with brown spots because they will turn green again water your plants properly to grow fresh green leaves.