Pothos, 4in HB, Manjula

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The Manjula Pothos is an incredibly rare variety to come by, and is loved for its large, heart shaped leaves that have a mix of stunning white, deep green, and even cream variegations.

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Attributes

Type: Tropical
Height: 36 in - 144 in
Spread: 12 in - 24 in
Light: Bright Indirect to Low
Water: Low
Zone: 10 - 12
Pet Safe: Toxic

Care

General Maintenance: Repot once every 2-3 years as pothos like to be slightly rootbound. Be sure to use a pot with good drainage. Propagate easily from cuttings to create an even fuller plant, or to share with your plant-loving friends!

Temperature: Thrives in normal household temperatures, between 15 - 26 degrees Celsius. Can be placed outside during the summertime in an area protected from the hot afternoon sun. Just be sure to bring your plant back inside if there is going to be a cold spell. Keep away from drafts and drastic temperature changes.

Light: These plants are known to live in nearly any light situation; however, they prefer a bright-indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves, but with too little light their variegation will disappear

Watering: Water sparingly, approximately once every 2 weeks. The leaves will droop and lose their succulent quality when they are thirsty, given a good drink they will perk right back up after a few hours

Soil: Any well-draining potting mix. Add perlite or sand to improve drainage if needed

Fertilizer: Pothos plants are not heavy feeders, though they will benefit from the use of a balanced houseplant fertilizer once every 1-2 months during the growing season (April to August)
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