Pot size (diameter): 12 cm.
A hardy houseplant which grows new leaves regularly in the growing season, you can leave its vines to grow long and hang (which looks especially great in a basket up high) or you can train them to climb up a stake, trellis or moss pole.
It’s popularity is largely down to how low maintenance this plant is and how little effort you need to put in for the reward of a flourishing plant. The Pothos is not demanding of water and actually prefers to be allowed to dry out a little.
If all that wasn't enough to convince you that this is the plant for you, it even has strong air purifying abilities!
Variegated plants like this do require more light than other Pothos to avoid browning on the white parts of their leaves.
You may also know this plant as Devils Ivy, Ivy Arum and Ceylon Creeper.
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Light: This plant thrives in a medium to bright, indirect level of light. Too much light may cause the plant to burn but a low level of light will stunt growth and cause brown patches.
Water: This plant is relatively drought tolerant, water when the third of soil is dry.
Feed: During growing months apply a weak fertiliser once a month.
Humidity: Will tolerate a normal household humidity however for increased growth and bigger leaves an increased humidity will be ideal.