Epipremnum 'Cebu Blue'
Aroideana, Journal of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
Volume 27, Number 1 (2004); Pages 205-211
A review of Epipremnum (Araceae) in cultivation
Base Species or Cultivar:
This is a form of Epipremnum pinnatum that originated from Cebu Island, Philippines and it's unknown who introduced it to cultivation or gave it the name.
This cultivar originates from the Cebu Island, Philippines and has considerably glaucous bluish leaves.
It is a vigorous climbing plant, easily reaching 5 m where a suitable climbing surface is provided.
A cultivar with pale blue-grey leaves, the colour intensifying in bright light. The leaf blade is narrowly elliptic with a few, deep (nearly reaching the mid-rib) divisions per side and only few micro-perforations.
Bloom and Fruit:
Inflorescences are produced singly or in pairs. The spathe interior is pale green.
It is most comparable with the species Epipremnum pinnatum from which it differs by the bluish grey leaf blades. A side-by-side photo is attached here.