Common Names: Jade Pothos, Devil’s Ivy
Origin: Soloman Islands
Growth: Climbing or trailing vine
Foot Candles: 50 - 100
Water: Let dry partially
Humidity: 25% - 75%
Temperature: 16°C - 28°C
Soil: Regular potting mix
Container: Self-watering planter, living wall
Nutrients: 10-10-10 Monthly
Propagation: Cuttings with at least 3 leaves
Interiorscape Use: Living walls, totems, trailing baskets, employee personal plant
Common Pests: Mealybugs, Aphids, Spider Mites, Scale, Thrips.
Common Issues: Cold drafts cause brown tips. Full sun can scorch leaves; too little light can cause stretching.
Comments: Tolerant of many conditions. Great for shady corners. Can remove air pollutants such as formaldehyde and/or benzene often found in cigarette smoke from interior environments. Nobody has seen a spontaneous Pothos flower since 1964. Leaves can quadruple in size when growing vertically.
Toxicity: Ingestion can cause oral irritation, pain and swelling of mouth, tongue, and lips, excessive drooling, vomiting, difficulty swallowing, skin irritation, diarrhea.