In this part of The KSL Greenhouse Show’s Houseplant series, Taun Beddes discusses how to care for Pothos.
What is Pothos?
Pothos is a very common houseplant that is related to philodendron. This houseplant is among those plants that with thrive without much attention. Pothos plants go by a variety of names including Devil’s Ivy and Scindapsus aureus.
How to care for Pothos:
- Pothos can tolerate low light for long durations
- prefers to be grown around temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees
- tolerates average amounts of water
- can die easily with over watering
- prefers fertilizer during the summer
- resistant to pests and diseases
- moderately toxic so keep out of reach of children and pets
Learn more about Pothos in the video below!
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