Pothos – Golden

    Commonly Known As:
  • Devil's Ivy,
  • Epipremnum Aureum,
  • Hunter’s Rove

Epipremnun aureum, commonly known as a Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy, is a tropical, climbing plant native to the Solomon Islands. The Golden Pothos is a variegated plant. Its waxy green leaves have splashes of yellow, white and cream creating a marble effect. Cultivated while young, Golden Pothos have oval leaves with heart-shaped bases.

  • light

    Popular in offices, Golden Pothos houseplants can survive with artificial lighting and in dimly lit areas but prefer natural indirect light. Place near a window, filtered by a thin curtain or blinds.

  • water

    Allow the soil to dry before watering your Golden Pothos. It is always best to under water than over water.

  • temperature

    Golden Pothos prefer temperatures between 65⁰F to 85⁰F. Do not expose to temperatures below 60⁰F.

  • fertilizer

    Too little fertilizer is always better than too much. Feed your Pothos houseplant when it is actively growing during spring and summer, and then give it a rest during fall and winter. 

    Plant Facts
  • When you see the golden color on the leaves develop, that means your plant is healthy and hearty.

  • This Golden Pothos is a pretty sturdy plant, which can be found in wide range of growing environments and knows how to adapt.

  • One of the unique characteristics of this plant is its heart-shaped leaves.

  • Native to the Solomon Islands

  • Difficulty level: Easy

  • As with most tropical plants, Pothos are toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.

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