Question about Pathos
Hi all, I have a problem with my Pathos. My Devil's Ivy is very, very healthy, and I honestly don't know why. The pot is up on top of my kitchen cabinets and has grown and grown for 2 years now. Some of the vines (all still fully leaved) are 20 feet long and go across the window on top of the other cabinets and hang down the sides. The other side curls up ontop of the refrigerator. When the plant starts to look wilty, I climb up and give it some water. 2 hours later it's lush and perky as if nothing ever happened. It's really very no-care and pretty in this location. The problem is: over the course of two years the plants have been coated with airborn grease from cooking. It doesn't seem to bother them, but it sure bothers me, because dust is sticking to the greasy leaves. How do I clean the leaves (100's) without taking the plant down. It would require 6 friends all in a row to hold it together.