Common Types of Pothos:
There are many different types of pothos - which all require the same care
Pothos can live in low to bright, indirect sunlight. They’re the perfect plant to bring life to a dark room or corner.
Your Pothos only needs to be watered fortnightly, allowing its soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. During the winter months feel free to only water your plant every 3-4 weeks if soil is still moist after 2 weeks.
Pothos do not have any particular humidity requirements.
Your Pothos does not have any particular temperature requirements, but will suffer if subjected to temperatures below 10ºC.
Feed Pothos with general houseplant fertiliser every 2 months during the growing season (spring to summer).
The Pothos is toxic to both people and animals - keep away from small children and pets.
Additional Care Information:
Pothos can easily be propagated in water from a stem and leaf cutting.
- Brown stalks and yellowing leaves: suggest your Pothos has been overwatered. Make sure you allow its soil to fully dry between waterings.
- Dry, crispy tips leaf tips: indicates your plant is underwatered or scorched from direct sunlight.