4" Pothos 'Golden' (High color)
Bright indirect light
Allow top 1-2" of soil to dry between watering
The Golden Pothos everyone loves in a high color variety! Golden Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum) are a fast growing, easy to care for plant with green leaves and yellow, green, and white variegation. Pothos are exceptionally well adapted for indoors. In the right conditions (see below!) pothos are fast growers and will quickly give any living space tropical jungle vibes. Pothos originated in Southeast Asia and are also known as “Devil’s Ivy”. But don’t let it’s nickname fool you! These plants are excellent for beginner plant enthusiasts since they are especially easy to care for.
Pothos look beautiful when grown as a trailing vine in a hanging basket. When allowed to trail, it's leaves will stay in the juvenile form. However, Golden Pothos are also natural climbers. If you give them a coco pole or a board to climb then they will produce mature, fenestrated foliage!
Pothos also thrive outdoors especially in warm, humid climates. You can even plant them in the ground or place a potted Golden Pothos near a tree and watch it climb!
While Pothos are considered to be a hardy plant that is tolerant of a wife range of growing conditions, be careful not to leave tropical plants outdoors in the winter. Pothos need to be brought inside or protected when temps drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pothos will burn in direct sunlight. They prefer medium to bright indirect light but can tolerate low light. They like to dry out slightly in between watering. If your pothos leaves begin to curl you know it is definitely time to water your plant.
Your plant will come with slow-release fertilizer in the soil that lasts 3-6 months. After that, consider adding fertilizer suitable for houseplants to your plant care routine.
Epipremnum, commonly referred to as "Pothos" is a vining epiphytic plant native to tropical and subtropical areas of the world.
Pothos is an incredibly easy to care for plant that is mainly collected for its distinctive colorful foliage. They generally do not flower as a houseplant.
If you allow your Pothos to climb, its leaves will get larger and larger the higher it climbs!