No plant collection is complete with at least two varieties of pothos. This plant is ideal for the first time plant owner as well as for the more experienced plant parent. Pothos has it all; it is easy to care for, resilient, and it has attractive foliage that compliments all other houseplants. Pothos have a long history of being houseplants, and still today, they are considered the iconic houseplant today. They are perfect in hanging baskets since their stems trail. The stems can trail several feet. Pothos are super easy to propagate, just snip off two or three lives from the tip of the stem and place them in water. They will soon grow roots, and they will be ready to be repotted.
Pothos enjoy medium light, although they can take high, bright indirect light as well as low light environments. Note that in low light situations, the plant will grow at a slower rate and will not need as much water. Fertilize the plant with a liquid fertilizer for houseplants about three times a year, starting in the spring than later in the summer and fall. Prune the plant as needed to keep the shape that best suits your needs.
Some of our favorites: Pothos ‘Marble Queen’, Golden Pothos, Pothos ‘Neon,’ Pothos ‘N-Joy’
Note: These plants are grown for decorative purposes and are not intended for human or animal consumption
Outstanding Features: Easy care, perfect for new plant parent
Pothos, devil’s ivy
Moderately and consistently moist
Well-balanced fertilizer throughout the growing season
Varies depending on the variety
Houseplant; not necessary
Philodendron, aglaonema, parlor palm