Golden pothos or Epipremnum aureum are plants that love to hang, climb or trail. They have beautifully marbled, variegated leaves that are speckled with spots of cream and green. These trailing vines are one of the most popular houseplants due to their easy care requirements and ability to transform rooms into a lush tropical paradise. This Golden Pothos comes in a hanging pot.
Height is measured from the bottom of the plastic nursery pot (please allow a +/-10% variance). Diameter is the nursery pot diameter, so to get a pot that fits, the pot diameter should be bigger.
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To see me at my best
Keep me in a bright and humid spot and give me something to climb or trail such as a moss pole or trellis.
Plant Care Tips
Water me liberally in summer, in winter much less, let my soil dry out in between waterings.
Don't be afraid to prune any leggy or weak growth.
Feed me once a month in spring and summer.
About Golden Pothos
The Golden pothos is native to the island of Moorea in French Polynesia. They have been through many taxonomic reclassifications over the years, complicated by the two distinct growth phases of the golden pothos, that dramatically changes their physical appearance. The Golden Pothos is an incredibly popular houseplant across the world and has become naturalised in tropical and sub-tropical forests worldwide.
Golden pothos is a climbing vine with lush green and cream speckled leaves. In the wild, they climb tree trunks with aerial roots and can also grow along the ground, with some reaching up to 70 feet in length. In the wild the leaves become much larger and change shape, looking more like a Monstera or Philodendrons.
Golden pothos thrive in warm, humid and bright conditions, although they can cope in a wide range of light conditions, including the light shade. They are relatively drought-tolerant, and it is best to water them when the top few cms of soil has dried out and less so in winter.
Did you know?
A 1989 study conducted by NASA rated the Golden Pothos is one of the best indoor plants for removing toxins and purifying the air inside your home.
If ingested this plant can be toxic or poisonous so keep away from dogs, cats or other pets and small children.
Also Known As
Ceylon Creeper; Marble Queen; Devil's Ivy; Ivy Arum; Scindapsus aureus; Rhaphidophora aurea; Epipremnum pinnatum