• Jade Pothos
  • Jade Pothos
  • Jade Pothos

Jade Pothos

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SUN
Jade Pothos prefers bright and indirect light, though they also thrive in medium to low light conditions.  
WATER
Water well when the top 2-3 inches of soil have dried. They are forgiving but appreciate consistent waterings, with enough time for soil to slightly dry out in between. 
AIR 
Mimic a tropical environment with temperatures between 65º-85º and extra humidity. Keep them away from cold drafts and air vents. You can provide a regular boost of humidity by:
  • Adding a humidifier nearby
  • Creating a pebble tray that lives underneath the pot
  • Misting the leaves 2-4x per week with non-tap, lukewarm water
  • Placement in a bathroom or kitchen if lighting is suitable
PET FRIENDLY
Keep out of reach from curious pets. These are toxic when ingested.
AESTHETIC
Jade Pothos grow many long vines full of stems with deep green, heart-shaped leaves. Their versatility to trail, hang, and climb make them a beautiful accent for any room.
HEALTH BENEFITS
This kind of active plant care can help you access the wellbeing benefits associated with plants, such as lower stress levels, improved mood, and superior mental clarity.  
Jade Pothos also remove common household toxins from the air, and increase oxygen for better breathing. 
SPIRITUAL INTERPRETATIONS
The Pothos is believed to represent perseverance, abundant energy, and has significance in some cultures as a money plant. They are fast-growing and resilient despite care mistakes and a range indoor conditions. 
DIFFICULTY LEVEL
Easy Intermediate Experienced 
WHAT’S INCLUDED
Arriving to you in careful packaging:
  • Live Jade Pothos plant
  • Temporary 4-inch or 6-inch nursery pot
  • Care card with tips for success 
OUR RECS
We recommend a 5-inch ceramic planter with a drainage hole to provide ideal moisture balance for your Jade Pothos. When repotting, keep your Pothos in a planter of the same size or no more than 2 inches larger.  
Ideal soil is a well-draining mix with aerating and moisture-retaining amendments such as peat moss and coco coir.