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A fast-growing vine, devil's ivy is a climber whose length depends on whether it’s grown as a houseplant or outdoors. In the landscape, it can grow up to 40 feet long, whereas indoor plants typically range from 6 to 8 feet in length if left unpruned. The vine produces waxy, heart-shaped foliage variegated with bright yellow and green, and once again, the size of the leaves depends on where the plant is cultivated. Indoors, the leaves may reach about 4 inches in length, although leaves on outdoor plants can grow up to 30 inches long. Indoor plants rarely bloom, but when planted outdoors, the vine produces an erect, 6-inch green spathe surrounding tiny flowers.
Gardeners have several choices of devil’s ivy cultivars sporting foliage colors that vary from the typical yellow and green. For example, the leaves of ‘Wilcoxii’ are mottled with well-delineated white and green, ‘Marble Queen’ has cream-colored foliage with grayish-green and green blotches and ‘Tricolor’ has green leaves dappled with yellow, light green and cream.
Please note that the pot in the photograph is not supplied with the plant