Epipremnum aureum 'Goldon'
Origin: French Polynesia
The long, cascading vines of the Pothos, also known as Devil's Ivy, are perfectly suited for hanging baskets and being placed on display on a table or desk. These vines can also be trained to climb. If your plant does not get enough light, there will be less gold on the new leaves. Golden Pothos should be kept out of direct sunlight, as the sun can burn their leaves.
Pothos do best when the soil is kept slightly damp. They are versatile and will tolerate lower humidity, but will thrive with more as well. Pothos are mildly toxic to pets, and could cause some mouth and tummy upset if ingested. Keep out of reach of pets and children. Pothos are great for beginners as they do not require much special care.
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|Lighting||Bright location; avoid direct sunlight.|
|Water||Water regularly, allowing soil to dry out slightly before watering. Discard any excess water.|
|Humidity||Does well in all levels of humidity.|
|Other Benefits||Air Purifying, Easy Care, Climbing, Low Light, Fast Growing.|