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 houseplant. 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.
One of the most common types of Pothos, Golden are popular for indoor spaces due to their durability and its ability to maintain leaf variegation in low light environments. Golden Pothos can be grown in a pot with a trellis or in a hanging basket. Popular in offices, Golden Pothos can survive with artificial lightning and in dimly lit areas but prefer natural indirect light. Allow the soil to dry out between watering as it's best to underwater than oversaturate the soil. Its ability to grow well in poor lit conditions with missed water scheduling makes the Golden Pothos the perfect plant for beginner plant parents.
- Common names: golden pothos, Devil's Ivy, Hunter's Rove
- Difficulty: Easy
- Plant Type: tropical trailing foliage
- Warning: toxic to pets and humans
- Note: live plant size may vary, no two plants are alike
- Perfect gift for the Urban Jungle beginner plant parent
14" H 4.5" L 4.5" D