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40cm Golden Pothos 'Epipremnum pinnatum aureum'

Glasgow, GB
This is a more common houseplant and is tolerant to neglect. It has large glossy leaves with golden marking, hence the name - Golden Pothos. In 2016, this plant was crowned as the most common of all house plants.  It is native to French Polynesia. It is a very fast growing variety and enjoys medium to low light conditions. It likes drying out between waterings and does not do well with over watering especially during winters. It will do well in both water and soil mediums. One of the easiest plants to propagate! The leaves get smaller and narrower if it is allowed to trail. When given an opportunity to climb, the leaves get larger. Toxic to pets. 14 cm pot diameter

Golden Pothos

Epipremnum aureum


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