Water Plants – Golden Pothos
Change water every 4 - 5 days
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Moderate to Bright Indirect Sunlight
Very Low Maintenance Easy To Grow
Hanging Baskets, Office Spaces, Table Top, Shady Balcony, Well-lit Windows
Your Golden Pothos Plant can reach up to 5 ft in height when planted indoors in water.
Golden Pothos is a native plant of South-East Asia and Indonesia and is a member of the Araceae Family.
Golden Pothos is a natural air-purifier plant and can clean your room's air from various toxins like formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide that makes it a perfect houseplant to have.
Your Golden Pothos requires bright to moderate indirect sunlight for proper growth. Direct Sunlight can burn the tender leaves of your Golden Pothos, and thus, it must be avoided.
The temperature should not go below 10 C or your plant's health may start to decline as well.
Your Golden Pothos roots need Oxygen in water to stay alive. Over time, your container water will lose the oxygen in it and hence, it must be changed every 4-5 days.
You must keep the glass container of your Pothos clean so that the algae or other bacteria do not start t grow in it. This can harm your plant and will eventually make them sick.
Plant your Watermelon Peperomia in average potting soil to rich loam.
Use Draining soil that contains a good amount of perlite and sand. Also, ensure the pot has holes for drainage
While Repotting, use a combination of 30% Potting Soil + 35% cocopit + 25% Organic manure / Vermicompost + 5% charcoal chips + 5% perlite
Your Golden Pothos Plant in water does not require fertilizer to thrive but that will support its growth.
You must use any all-purpose liquid fertilizer in your plant's container once or twice every two weeks to provide them with sufficient nutrients to grow faster during the summers and spring season.
You must add the fertilizer to the container once a month during the winter season to your Golden Pothos to boost their growth.
Golden Pothos Plant in water is toxic for both humans and pets. It can cause symptoms of diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea if ingested.
Your Golden Pothos Plant requires regular pruning to maintain its beautiful shape and growth every month. As it a fast-growing houseplant, it is best to use a sharp scissor to prune your Golden Pothos plant.
You must punch away the dry or dead leaves from your plant or it will decline your plant's health.
Golden Pothos Leaves turning yellow: It is caused due to excessive or direct sunlight situations- Keep your plant in a spot where it receives bright indirect sunlight, but not direct sunlight.
Stunted Leaves Growth in Golden Pothos Plant: It is an indication of fluctuating temperature around your plant- Do not keep your plant next to an AC or in direct sunlight to promote a good growth in your plant.
Golden Pothos is an absolutely gorgeous vining species that is extremely easy to grow and propagate in water. With its heart-shaped leaves, variegated with green and yellow that adds a splash of colors to your home. It is also known as Devil's Ivy as this plant is impossible to kill and can continue to grow in any situation. With its fast-growing and hardy nature, this beautiful houseplant is perfect for anyone who loves fast-growing and hardy plants.