Epipremnum aureum 'Jade'
Jade Pothos/Devil's Ivy
Jade Pothos is called Devil's Ivy because it is so hard to kill! Deep green, heart-shaped leaves will beautifully trail down a ledge or climb on a trellis. Adaptable to many light conditions and somewhat drought resistant makes this an ideal beginner plant.
||NOT safe for kids and pets
||Philodendron, Spider, ZZ plant, Aglaonema
|Level of Care:
||Easy: A great beginner plant.
||All light conditions except direct sunlight. Can survive under fluorescent lights and very low light. If leaves emerge smaller, increase the amount of light for a happy plant.
||Medium. While they prefer high humidity, they can adapt to lower levels. Regular household humidity should be fine.
||Let top 2"-3" of soil dry in between watering. This plant is drought-resistant; never let sit in standing water.
||Regular potting mix; very well draining. Adding perlite can increase drainage.
||Not a heavy feeder. You can fertilize monthly with balanced houseplant fertilizer for optimal color and vigorous growth.
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