Caring for your

pothos

Pothos plants (epipremnum aureus), also known as Devil's Ivy, are some of the most rewarding and easiest plants to care for.  From adding a chic accent to a coffee table to splendidly cascading down a high shelf, even the most novice plant parent will find caring for your pathos easy. Let your pothos grow long enough and it will trail along a shelf or can be trained to climb a support. Trim your plant back for a confined space or let your plant trail up to 30 feet. The amount of care your pathos requires is dependent on its variety. 

**Though rarely fatal, ingesting pothos can case irritation and vomiting in pets and children

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Pearls and Jade Pothos

Golden Pothos

Jade Pothos

Marble Queen Pothos

Neon Pothos

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Golden Pothos:

Light: The Golden Pothos and White Tipped Devil's Ivy like bright, but not direct sunlight, which can burn the plant's leaves. Variegated pothos will darken with less light.  To enjoy yellow highlights, strive for 1-2 hours a day of moderate light. Golden pothos will tolerate low light. Water: Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. This plant prefers to have the top two inches of soil dry out between waterings. Too much water will cause root rot and the leaves will turn yellow. 

White Marble Queen:

Light: The White Marble Pothos does NOT do well in direct sunlight, which will cause the leaves to burn.  Water: Keep the soil on the drier side and water enough to keep the soil slightly damp. Allow the top half of the soil to dry out  in the spring and summer before watering again.

 

This plant is a slow grower. 

Pothos 'N' Joy  Jade and Pearl Pothos:

One of the most unique of the pothos family, the N-Joy (or 'N' Joy) has a hand painted quality. They have firmer stems . Light: This plant enjoys bright, indirect light. Water: Allow the top of the soil to dry between waterings. This plant does not require significant waterings.