Golden Pothos - 5" pot

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Regular price $21.85

The Golden Pothos plant is a stunning trailing plant. Its beautiful lushy, heart-shaped leaves with golden yellow variegation make it stand out. Her favourite spot will be somewhere that is bright, with indirect light, but it also can tolerate medium to low indirect sunlight. She wants to be rotated around every now and then so that her long tendrils can grow evenly. Water every 1-2 weeks, generally when the top 1/4" of soil is dry, better to under, water than to over, water this one. She'll be one of the easiest and most rewarding plants you can buy. 

Golden Pothos comes in a 5" plastic growers pot, plant height is approximately  7" tall from the base of the pot.

Care Level: Easy / Beginners
Lighting : Bright to low, indirect sunlight
Water: Every 1-2 weeks
Pets: NOT Pet Friendly

Pothos Overview

Native to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, the Pothos, a trailing vine plant, is notable for being one of the easiest house plants to grow. You’ve likely encountered one in just about any café with windows – usually paired with a Sansevieria for those who don’t want to work too hard to say they have a green thumb. Pothos plants are members of the Araceae plant family. Pothos are bright, bushy (no tail), and add a touch of easy green in your home or office. Its heart-shaped leaves are sometimes variegated with bright accents of white, yellow, or pale green – some call it fashion, we call it nature. They’re members of the Araceae plant family and also go by a few names, like Golden Pothos, Ivy Arum, Money Plant, Devil’s Ivy, or Devil’s Vine, the latter is likely because they can thrive in low-light conditions and are hard to kill or banish – yet easy enough to summon on your first try.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Gabrielle Forsey

Golden Pothos - 5" pot

Laura C

Perfect !

Alexandra Coombs

Golden Pothos, 5"

Zalak Shah
Really good

They have really nice

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