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pothos come in many shapes, sizes, and colors, and this one is simply gorgeous! She boasts brightly variegated yellowish-green leaves that form in the shape of hearts. With proper care, your gold pothos can grow to be a massive, lush houseplant.
s u n
This plant can survive in medium-lower light rooms, but will thrive and produce more leaves in bright, indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight will burn the foliage. Nicknamed the “office plant” because it does so well in low light situations.
w a t e r
water when the top 2” of soil is dry (about to your second knuckle). Yellowing leaves may signal overwatering, while brown leaves signal underwatering. The leaves will start to droop if in desperate need of water, but they will perk back up within a day or 2 of watering.
h u m i d i t y
Your home’s humidity levels will be just fine for your pothos.
t o x i c i t y
This plant is mildly toxic to pets and humans.