Pothos is a tropical vine, which is commonly grown as a houseplant. It's widely grown indoors for ornamental purposes due to its low maintenance and tolerance to low light conditions.Recent studies show that the Pothos is one of the most beneficial houseplants.
8-10 inch plant height (including pot): Pot Width: 4"
LIKES: Pothos is a low maintenance houseplant that does well in a variety of conditions–both the sun and shade, moist and dry soil and a poor substrate. Although for best results locate it in bright indirect light and water only when the soil turns dry to the touch. In the case of low lighting conditions, it’ll become less variegated.
DISLIKES: This plant is practically indestructible, unless it has been overwatered.
HEALTH BENEFITS: Pothos is very apt at removing VOCs and toxins from the surrounding air. According to the clean air study by NASA, potho's plant removes pollutants such as benzene, toluene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene from the air. The harmful effect of these pollutants can't be underestimated and here's how these pollutants harm us:
LOOKING AFTER THIS PLANT: During spring and summer months, keep the plant's soil moist, but not wet, about once every 10-14 days. Over winter, allow it to dry out completely before watering moderately. As a general rule, this means once a month or so.
LIVING WITH PETS AND CHILDREN: If ingested, can cause upset stomach among dogs and cats so best to keep it out of their reach.