Light: Thrives in medium to bright indirect light. Pothos can adapt to lower light. With too little light the leaves can become a pale green, smaller in size, and/or cause the leaves to lose their variegation. Harsh, direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. 

Watering: Water when top 50% of soil is dry. 

Temperature: Normal room temperatures between 65-75 degrees.

Humidity: Average home humidity. 

Toxicity: Toxic to pets 

 

Trouble Shooting

To keep the plant looking full and bushy, trim the longer vines every few months. This will encourage the plant to develop more side-shoots.

Wilting plant or curling leaves, dry potting mix: suggests the plant is underwatered.

Yellowing leaves, black stems: indicates the plant is overwatered. 

Browning leaf tips: indicates the air is too dry.