Also known as devil’s ivy, pothos boasts marbled, heart-shaped leaves. To make the most of this plant, raise it up, so it can tumble beautifully over the edges of its pot.
Like most indoor plants, pothos prefer high humidity. If the indoor air is dry, extra humidity can be created by lightly misting foliage or by standing the pot on pebbles in a saucer of water (the pebbles prevents the potting mix from becoming waterlogged).
Dry or burnt looking leaves can be an sign of over-exposure to draughts, dry air or sunburn.
Interesting fact: your pothos may lose its variegation if the light is too low. Only the green parts of the leaves make energy for the plant, so it will compensate for the lack of light by becoming greener.
|Size — 170mm|
|Light Requirements — Indirect sunlight, Morning Sun, Part Shade, Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Special potting mix, Well drained soil|
Indoor plants should be watered when they are dry but not allowed to stand in water. Ideally allow pots to drain completely after watering (either in a protected outdoor position or your sink or shower) before returning to their full-time spot.
When dusty, wipe down the leaves with a damp cloth. Dust clogs the leaves ‘breathing’ pores making it harder for the plant to grow.
Most indoor plants prefer high humidity. If the indoor air is dry, extra humidity can be created by lightly misting foliage or by standing the pot on pebbles in a saucer of water (this prevents the potting mix from becoming waterlogged).
|Pruning Advice||When your pothos gets too long , simply prune the ends to your desired length.|