Known for either growing up tree trunks, winding its way around them or for spilling onto the ground. When grown as a houseplant, it can either be stretched across the wall like a garland or allowed to tumble over the side of a tall piece of furniture.
Sunlight – Place in a light area, out of direct sunlight. Your pothos plant will also let you know if it’s getting too much light. The leaves will become pale yellow or white if there’s too much sunlight in the room or if the plant is in direct light.
Water – Water moderately. It wont mind being under watered, but over watering needs to be avoided otherwise you risk rot setting in. The soil should never be soggy or wet. It’s better to provide too little water than too much. Waterlogged soil can lead to root rot, which can cause the plant’s leaves to turn yellow and fall off.
Fertiliser – There is no need to feed unless the plant is growing, so a light feed once every few months over Spring and Summer using a general all purpose fertiliser.
Propogation – Epipremnum aureum is a fairly easy plant to propagate or to divide and produce new plants.