The Epipremnum manjula, more commonly known as pothos, is part of the large family of araceae and is one of the easiest plants to grow indoors. Robust and undemanding, it will grow well almost anywhere and is extremely easy to cut!
There are many cultivars selected for their variegated leaves of white, yellow or light green, able to live with low light intensity, it is an undergrowth plant that thrives under the canopy in its natural state.
The Epipremnum majula, is a hybridisation originally created by the University of Florida, its variegated green and creamy foliage is just sublime. Although Epipremnum is not very demanding in terms of light at the base, Epipremnum manjula needs good light without direct sunlight to keep its beautiful variegated foliage.
The substrate is a mixture of 60% potting soil, 20% white peat, 10% perlite and 10% vermiculite.
Fertilizer will be necessary during the growing season.
Watering keeps the substrate always fresh by letting the surface dry slightly and do not hesitate to mist it regularly.
The Epipremnum majula, like many araceae, consists of a crystal called calcium oxalate. These crystals accumulate in all parts of the plant.
If any part is ingested, it causes mild to severe symptoms depending on the amount taken. Be sure to keep the plant out of the reach of children and pets.
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