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.
Keep them in moderate to bright light. The lighter the color in the leaves, the more light a pothos variety will require.
Prefers slightly moist soil. Pothos will tell you when it needs water - look for dropping leaves.
These plants can handle less care
Not safe for pets
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