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Golden Pothos (High Variegation)

Golden Pothos (High Variegation)

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Golden Pothos | Epipremnum aureum | Devil’s Ivy

Epipremnum aureum, commonly known as ‘Golden Pothos’ or ‘Devil’s Ivy,’ is a popular and versatile houseplant prized for its trailing vines and heart-shaped, golden-yellow leaves with green marbling. This hardy and low-maintenance plant is perfect for adding a touch of greenery to any indoor space, from offices to living rooms.

Plant Care Needs

• ☀️: Thrives in indirect sunlight but can tolerate low light conditions. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves.

• 💦: Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Allow excess water to drain away, and avoid overwatering, which can lead to root rot.

• 🪨: Well-draining potting mix is essential. Use a standard indoor potting mix or a mixture of peat moss, perlite, and sand.

• 🌡️: Prefers temperatures between 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C). Protect from cold drafts and sudden temperature fluctuations.

• ☁: Adaptable to normal indoor humidity levels, but benefits from occasional misting to increase humidity, especially in dry environments.

• ✂: Easily propagated from stem cuttings. Cut a healthy stem below a node and place it in water or moist potting mix until roots develop.

• ⚖: Low maintenance. Suitable for beginners and experienced gardeners alike.

• 💭:

  • Prune regularly to encourage bushier growth and to maintain the plant’s shape. Pinching off leggy stems will promote new growth.
  • Clean the leaves periodically with a damp cloth to remove dust and prevent pests.
  • Pothos is toxic to pets if ingested, so keep it out of reach of cats, dogs, and other animals.
  • The vines of Golden Pothos can be trained to climb or left to trail, making it a versatile plant for various display options. Provide it with a moss poll or trellis & it will thrive with each leaf bigger than the last!
  • Yellowing leaves may indicate overwatering or insufficient light, while brown tips can signal underwatering or dry air. Adjust care accordingly to maintain the plant’s health and appearance.
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