Planting Guide

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Golden Pothos

Epipremnum aureum

Care: Minimal… Is this a plastic plant?

Light: Indoor - Low to Medium

Outdoor - Limited Direct Sun

Water: Tap Water - Every Wednesday

Feed: One to Two Times a Year

Getting To Know Your Golden

The pothos is commonly known as Devil’s Ivy and the absolute easiest plant to care for. Overwater, underwater, she will survive it all. If her leaves start to turn yellow and curl in, she is likely suffering from underwatering, and if her leaves turn yellow and her soil is wet, she is likely getting over watered. She will quickly grow long locks with adequate light that can trail down or be pinned up along a window, banister, wall, you name it. If you would like a more leafy plant, cut the locks and place the stem back in the soil making sure one of her nodes (the brown nubs found along the stem) is fully submerged in the soil. To get her growing fast, feed her once a month with a houseplant fertilizer. She will also survive in an office setting with no natural light, but may not grow as fast. In a dark or artificial light setting, her leaves will get a darker green, but in lots of light, her leaves will get more of the yellow coloring. 


  1. Follow the Planting Guide by scanning the QR Code located at the bottom of this page

    To keep the beautiful markings you need to provide good to bright light. Avoid direct sun exposure and low light conditions.

    Water below leaves (don’t get leaves wet)

  2. Let water run through pot

  3. Water: summer/fall: once weekly Spring/Winter: once every two week