Small size details:
• Nursery Pot Ø: 12cm
• Fits our small trailing pots
• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 13-15cm
• Approx plant height: 20cm
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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.
Water your Pothos every 1-2 weeks depending on how moist the soil is. Allow to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot.
Pothos do not have any particular humidity requirements.
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 underwatered or scorched from direct sunlight.
Hard To Kill
Characteristics Nearly Indestructible
The Satin Pothos is native to the rainforests of India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Borneo, Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, and the Philippines, and is a species of flowering plant in the arum family Araceae. In its native habitat, this climbing plant can grow up to 3m tall in the shade by winding its way around larger trees or alternatively it will spread across the forest floor if there are no trees around. This makes it tolerant to lower light levels and it will fare well with fortnightly waterings and plenty of misting to create a humid environment. The beautiful flecks of silver-variegation on its sage green leaves make this a stunning and stylish indoor plant. Let the Satin Pothos cascade vertically from a shelf or staircase or alternatively let him trail sideways to make an interesting decorative display.
Create a living wall
Group trailing plants together on a shelf and let them cascade down to bring instant life to an empty wall or space.
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