Pothos

Common varieties: golden, jade/green, marble queen

Pothos is commonly known also as the devil's ivy, because it is almost impossible to kill. It is popular in temperate regions and is a great choice for a houseplant. It can handle low-light conditions and is known to be an excellent air-purifier. All of its varieties have long-growing, leafy vines, some that can reach 40 feet or more in tropical jungles. 

Light
Keep them in moderate to bright light. The lighter the color in the leaves, the more light a pothos variety will require. 

Water
Prefers slightly moist soil. Pothos will tell you when it needs water - look for dropping leaves. 

Care level
These plants can handle less care

Pet-friendly
Not safe for pets 


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