Epipremnum Pothos - Tiny Utopia Limited
Epipremnum Pothos - Tiny Utopia Limited
Epipremnum Pothos - Tiny Utopia Limited
Epipremnum Pothos - Tiny Utopia Limited
Epipremnum Pothos - Tiny Utopia Limited
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Epipremnum Pothos

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Pothos (Poth-Thos) is a beautiful trailing and climbing plant that comes in many variations. Nicknamed the "Devils Ivy" due to their hardiness and ability to live in almost any condition. It was originally found in the rainforests of South Asia.

Up to 30cm drop and comes in a 17cm hanging pot with detachable hooks so can be hung or placed on a shelf for hanging pothos. 

Up to 80cm in height and comes in a 17cm standing nursery pot along with a 45cm moss pole for standing pothos. 

Interesting Facts: 

Pothos is known as a lucky plant in many cultures and is meant to bring wealth, happiness and good fortune to those who are lucky enough to own one (or many!)

If left unpruned, pothos plants can grow up to 20M in length! 

Care and tips:

🌞 = Prefers indirect sunlight but will also tolerate brightly lit rooms such as conservatories and darker rooms. Just be careful of sun damage to the leaves.

💧= Allow soil to completely dry between waters, then water and be sure to drain any excess water left as this will create a root rot problem.

🐶🐱👶= Toxic if eaten! Keep away from children and furry creatures. 

Propagating:

Easily propagated by leaf or stem cutting in water or dry soil. 

Things to look out for:

Overwatering: Leaves can turn yellow/brown and have a "mushy" texture. Stems may turn brown as well.

Underwatering: Leaves and stems can look empty and shrivelled/dried up.

Other common names for this plant:

- Devil's Ivy
- Hunter’s Robe
- Ivy Arum
- Money Plant
- Taro vine

*Ceramic pots not included but available at Tiny Utopia HQ.