A pothos plant is a highly adaptable, glossy-leafed plant with leathery, pointed, heart-shaped leaves. The solid green pothos plant is often confused with a heart-leaf philodendron. Pothos plants are sometimes referred to as “Devil’s Ivy” because it is a very forgiving plant that quickly recovers and starts growing again even after suffering from poor care and not the best growing conditions. The leaves of the hardy pothos plant come in many colors and leaf patterns.
Light: Survives low light but medium to bright light helps with keep its marbled appearance.
Water: Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering.
Fertilizer: Every other month with a nitrogen rich plant food.
Care Tips: Trim the long vines to keep your plant full and bushy. One of the easiest houseplants to propagate.