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Golden Pothos

Golden Pothos

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The Golden Pothos, also known as Money Plant, is an excellent choice for your office home because it is beautiful and easy to keep healthy.
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Get to Know Golden Pothos!


Improve your mood with some green splashed with sunbeams! This lush vining indoor plant can climb, transforming its space into a golden-green cascade.


Water your pothos thoroughly after the soil is almost completely dry. When the leaves start wilting, it is the best time to water them. Water more often in the growing season and reduce the frequency during winter.


Pothos prefer medium to bright indirect sunlight but can live in lower light conditions. However, the leaves will be smaller, and the vines will become leggy if the light is not bright enough.


The Golden Pothos is toxic and may cause skin irritation!

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BURNT LEAVES: When your Pothos gets too much sunlight, it'll get sunburns on its leaves. The sunburns will show up on the variegated parts of the leaves most of the time and are unfortunately permanent. Sunburns won't heal, so you could trim the leaf off if you want to.

YELLOW LEAVES: When you see your Golden Pothos' leaves to yellow, it's most likely due to incorrect moisture levels in the soil. Especially overwatering your Pothos will cause the leaves to turn yellow. However, if you're consistently water your plant too much and let it dry out for too long, it will also stress out your Pothos. In this case the leaves will also turn yellow.

BROWN SPOTS: When your Pothos is not exposed to direct sunlight, but it's still getting brown spots it could be due to overwatering. When your Pothos is suffering from root rot, the variegation often turns brown. So if you're sure you're not giving your Golden Pothos too much sunlight, it's good to have a second look at how much water you're giving it.