The Pothos, or the Epipremnum aureum, is native to Southeast Asia. It has the reputation of being one of the easiest houseplants to take care of. Pothos, also sometimes called devil's ivy, golden pothos. If you are confused about which indoor plant you should buy then golden epipremnum aureum is a great option.
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The Pothos' Wild History and Why They Do Great in Low-Light
Pothos is a tropical foliage plant that is native to French Polynesia. Pothos grow in a vine-like manner and can climb trees or other vertical structures. Pothos prefer to be in the shade of their host trees and not in direct sunlight.
However, they are able to tolerate any light conditions. Pothos leaves can grow up to 39 inches when climbing.
Bring your new frond home
You should also find a place that is not too far from the window and has medium light. Most workspaces and living areas have this option. Take a look at your Desk Plants Care Card and set a reminder to water your plants.
You can start to understand how heavy your plant feels when it is freshly watered. This is different from how heavy it feels when the top of the potting soil has dried completely. This will allow you to determine when you should water your plant.