A firm favourite among houseplant beginners and experts! They can tolerate low to bright indirect light (although you may lose variegation in lower light conditions) and they should be allowed to mostly dry out between waterings.
Pot size: 15cm
Please note you may not receive the exact plant pictured, but one of a similar size and condition.
|Can tolerate low to bright indirect light, although you may lose variegation in lower light settings.||Low to bright indirect light - winter sun isn't as strong so it can handle more light.|
|Allow the soil to mostly dry out between watering.||Cut back on watering in the winter months.
|Can tolerate average household temperatures and humidity.||Try to keep away from draughts and central heating.
|Feed once a week or so in the growing season.||Do not feed in autumn or winter unless the plant is still actively growing.|
Common Name: Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy
Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum
Origin: Southeast Asia
Toxic: Toxic to humans and animals.
Soil: Standard potting soil mixed with perlite, or equivalent, for good drainage.
Repotting: It's best to repot at the beginning of Spring when the plant has become rootbound.
Propagation: These are extremely easy to propagate - just make sure your cutting has a node and pop them in damp soil or a jar of water until they root.
Common problems: Leaf yellowing can occur when under or over watered - just keep an eye and adjust your care accordingly!
Care Tips: These plants will do fine in just about any space but they’ll really take off in brighter and more humid environments - a bathroom would be perfect!
Fun Fact: They are known as ‘Devil’s Ivy’ due to their ability to survive in very low light conditions and their evergreen nature.
Other varieties: Marble Queen, N'joy, Neon Pothos
Please note these are general guidelines based on our experience with these plants - care should be altered based on individual home environments.