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Pothos (also called Devil’s Ivy) is a tropical vine with shiny, heart-shaped leaves that often have gold, white, or yellow variegation in marbled shades.. A low-maintenance indoor plant, pothos is native to tropical French Polynesian islands in the South Pacific. The pothos is an epiphytic plant that grows in trees, such as the coconut palm tree. They like living indoors because they are a low-light plant that thrives in environments with little natural light. The leaves of the pothos houseplant are typically green, but can also be found in shades of yellow, brown, or white. The leaves grow in a vine-like pattern along the stem.
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These popular houseplants can grow up to 10 feet in height, but you can control its growth by pruning it every few months. When you do so, be sure to take cuttings from the tips of the vines or at least two leaf nodes below, or you may accidentally slow down growth.

Pothos do well in a pot or a hanging basket so they can cascade over the sides or trail upright. Plant in a well draining soil and water when the top of the soil is dry. It likes at least 50 % humidity so consider placing it in a bathroom or kitchen.

These plants grow best in temperatures within 65-80°F. During the cooler months when the temperatures fall below 65°F, take care to keep your Pothos away from drafty areas.

Pothos can be fertilized every other watering during the growing season. 

Toxic if consumed. Keep out of reach of pets and small children.