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Other Common Name:  Devils Ivy


Temperature:  50-80 degrees Fahrenheit


Pothos Plants are one of the easies to grow indoors.  Below are all the ways you can grow your Free Plant….


Potted Plant

Single stand alone plant

Hanging Baskets

Ground cover


Covering the base of a larger plant


Grown up a pole


Pothos will tolerate a good amount of neglect. They do prefer natural but bright indirect light.  Pothos plants prefer to dry out in between waterings.  Check the soil with your finger tip and if it is dry one inch below the soil go ahead and water.  Feed your Phthos monthly with a liquid fertilizer.  You can always ask your local gardening center which fertilizer will work best in your area. 


To prevent Pothos from getting long and dangly you will have to prune your free plant.  Do this by simply cutting the stems back. And if you have dry or damaged leaves just remove them. Pothos are a fast growing plant and hey will grow out of control if you let them.  You will also have to wipe off the leaves as they do accumulate dust, here is a great tip…if you place a little amount of vegetable oil on a cloth and wipe down the leaves it will make the leaves extra shinny and will not damage the plant.


Since the Pothos are not demanding and their bright green and yellow leaves make them extremely decorative in a verity of settings, you will not have a problem finding the perfect spot for the Pothos…I think I forgot to tell you that this plant also will help detoxify the air.


Enjoy your Free Plant!

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