Commercially, its always been called a Pothos. I do not know why it is called that. A true pothos, botanically speaking, looks much different. Scindapsus aureus is its official botanical name. The Scindapsus aureus 'Marble Queen' has white marbling throughout its leaves and is just as easy to keep.
- Quick care instructions--Tolerates low light but does best with bright indirect to some direct sun. Full afternoon sun will bleach the leaves.
- Water thoroughly when the soil surface is good and dry on top.
- A plant in a 6" (15cm) diameter pot should be watered with about a pint (or almost a half liter) of water.
- Regular fertilizing keeps them lush. If they are trimmed back from time to time, you will have a fuller, lusher looking plant.
- Propagation--Stem cuttings root very easily in water and can be planted in potting soil when the roots have grown to be about 2" long or longer.
- They grow well in water or hydroponically , too. Refresh the water weekly. When you mix up some fertilizer for your other plants add a little of the fertilizer water to any container of plants that are growing in water.
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