A Guide To Growing Golden Pothos Plants

Golden Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum) is one of the best indoor plants to grow. It's often overlooked in favor of more showy plants like orchids. Although it does not have blooms, this tropical vine is similar to the philodendron and comes in a variety of leaf colors and patterns to suit a wide variety of decors and tastes.

Pothos is almost fool-proof for beginners and can withstand low light. This makes it an excellent choice for dark rooms and offices. You can also get more information about Golden pothos via plantvine.com/product/golden-pothos-epipremnum-aureum/.

Golden Pothos Growing Tips:

Where to grow: Avoid cold drafts by placing your site near a window that receives indirect sunlight.

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Temperature and humidity: Keep pothos at 50°F, with an ideal temperature of 60-80°F. Pothos are not tolerant to dry or average air. When indoor air is dry, plants will appreciate supplemental moisture like misting or a humidifier in the winter.

Type of soil: Grow in high-quality, well-draining potting soil. Pothos likes pH 6.1 to 6.6.5 but can tolerate values slightly higher or lower.

Pot requirements: Place the roots in a container that is at least 2 inches larger than the root ball and with drainage holes.

Propagation: Pothos can be easily propagated by stem cuttings. Cut stems to 6 inches just below the leaf node, and place them in water. Roots will grow over a month. Water should be changed every 2-3 weeks. Place well-rooted cuttings into fresh potting soil. For the best growth, grow multiple stems in one pot.