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How to care
How to 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, but love being misted every few days like every other tropical plant. Avoid crisping, browning tips by keeping your Golden Pothos happy with regular misting sessions.
Sad Plant Signs
Brown stalks and yellowing leaves: suggest your Pothos has been overwatered. Make sure you allow its soil to fully dry between waterings. Dry, crispy leaf tips: indicates your plant is under-watered or scorched from direct sunlight.
Characteristics Detoxifying power
Native to Mo'orea in the Society Islands of French Polynesia, the Golden Pothos is a species of flowering plant in the arum family Araceae. In its natural habitat it grows up the trunks of shaded large trees, which has earned it the nickname “Devil's Ivy”, because of its love of darkness. This trailing plant is an incredibly easy-to-care for and versatile houseplant that will not only add wow-factor to any home but will bless it with his air-purifying qualities. Place the Golden Pothos high up and let his yellow streaked leaves cascade over a shelf or hang down a stairwell. Alternatively, let him trail sideways over shelves, bookcases, and cupboards to create a unique decorative display.
Place trailing plants high up on a shelf or mantelpiece and let their leaves dramatically cascade down to uplift an empty wall. Create your own botanical art display.
Create a kitchen display and place your Golden Pothos high. Featured here is our Golden Pothos matched with our Broadway pot in Terracotta. We love how the terracotta compliments the calming neutral tones and dark green accents.
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