This gorgeous Pothos plant has been grown with love locally & sustainably. It is an air purifier that brings a positive and calming energy to indoor spaces.


      Easy-going but magnificent.

      Loves direct or filtered sunlight

       Loves room temperature & can tolerate air conditioning

      Toxic to humans and pets if ingested.


Care Tips:

       Grows well in dry and well-drained soil. Use the wooden stick to check if the soil is dry. The plant is ready for watering only when you dip and remove the stick and no soil sticks to it.

    Every 10-14 days

       During the growth period, you can feed it with some fertilizer. (Optional)

       When it outgrows the pot, replant it in a slightly larger pot


Water & dropper usage:

How much water does my plant need, approximately?

  • Mini 50ml
  • Petite 100ml
  • Midi 250ml
  • Lush 400ml


How do I use the dropper?

Get a small cup of water with the suggested amount, fill the dropper by squeezing it and water around the plants directly on the stones, avoid putting water directly on the plants/leaves to protect them from rotting.

Common problems of Pothos: 

Problem: Leaves have brown spots

Cause: Overwatering 

Solution: Let the plant dry out under a good amount of sun. Then rewater like normal using our water dropper.


Problem: Yellow leaves

Cause:  Mealybugs or scales.

Solution: Inspect the plant for insects, clean it with water and organic dish soap, and remove any insects with a tissue.

In the wild

Common names: Devil’s Ivy, Taro Vine, Golden Pothos, Ceylon creeper, hunter’s robe, ivy arum, silver vine, Solomon Island’s ivy, and devil’s vine. In some parts of the world, it is called a Money Plant.

It is a hardy indoor foliage plant of the arum family (Araceae) native to southeastern Asia.

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