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Jade Pothos Plants

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Jade Pothos plants do well in hanging baskets or on a plant stand where the foliage can vine freely, easily covering space other plants can't. Pothos are clean air plants and are very easy to grow.

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Jade Pothos plants have solid green tear-shaped leaves that cascade over the side of pots. For that reason, Pothos does well in hanging baskets or plant stands where the foliage can vine freely, covering space other plants can't. The other name for Pothos is Devil's Ivy because it is so difficult to kill, and that's precisely what makes it an excellent houseplant for beginners.

Pothos is on NASA's Clean Air Plant List because it removes formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene from the air. This plant does best in bright, indirect light and likes the soil to stay slightly moist, and will gladly accept a missed watering here or there. Pothos are incredibly easy to take care of and are pretty rewarding houseplants.

Jade pothos plants are sometimes referred to as Devils Ivy because it is almost impossible to kill and it stays green even when kept in the dark. 

About Your Jade Pothos Plants

The Clean Air Benefits of Jade Pothos Plants

Jade Pothos has solid green tear shaped foliage with a tendency to trail and cascade. For that reason, Pothos does well in hanging baskets or plant stands where the foliage can vine freely, covering space other plants can't. The other name for Pothos is Devil's Ivy because it is so difficult to kill, and that's exactly what makes it a great houseplant for beginners. Pothos is on NASA's Clean Air List because it removes formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene from the air. This plant does best in fluorescent to bright, indirect light and likes to stay slightly moist but accepts a missed watering here or there. Pothos are incredibly easy to take care of, and there are several different color varieties, including Marble Queen, Neon, and Silver Satin. Jade Pothos is an incredibly low maintenance houseplant, and is also known as Devil's Ivy because it is so difficult to kill. It is an excellent choice for first time houseplant buyers because it handles missed watering and minimal light without consequence. Pothos has a tendency to trail and cascade, making it ideal for hanging baskets or containers in plant stands so it can cascade naturally. This plant takes extremely well to pruning, and can be kept more compact and branching if it is trimmed occasionally. Jade Pothos is known to remove toxins, specifically formaldehyde, benzene and xylene from the air indoors.


Hardiness Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 6 to 8 Inches
Mature Width: 18+ Inches
Classification: Green foliage
Sunlight: Fluorescent to bright, direct light
Habit: Trailing
Flower Color: Does not flower indoors (white spathe)
Foliage: Green, shiny
Soil Condition: Regular potting mix
Water Requirements: Likes to stay slightly moist
Uses: Best in hanging baskets or plant stands to cascade
Growzone: 9-11 Jade Pothos Plants Hardiness Zone

How to Care for Jade Pothos Plants

Before you buy a Jade Pothos Plant, make sure to read about the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and thriving.

What is the best light for Jade Pothos Plants?

What is the best light for Jade Pothos Plants?

Jade Pothos Plants perform well in fluorescent light like office buildings or atriums or anywhere away from direct light. They can handle the bright, indirect light found in a northern or partially shaded eastern windowsill. Western or southern exposure would work as long as the plant is away from the window or the window is well shaded.

What is the best soil for Jade Pothos Plants?

What is the best soil for Jade Pothos Plants?

Jade Pothos Plants do best in soil that stays slightly moist. Regular potting mix works well, try to keep the soil from drying out too much that it compacts, as it can be difficult to rehydrate. Jade Pothos also does well if grown exclusively in water without soil.

How do I water Jade Pothos Plants?

How do I water Jade Pothos Plants?

Jade Pothos Plants like to stay slightly moist: not too wet or too dry. Too many yellow leaves means the plant is staying wet too often, whereas brown tips to the leaves means it has been kept too dry. They recover well from drying out occasionally. It generally takes a long time, but Pothos will wilt if not watered enough, making it clear when the plant absolutely needs water. Wilting can also be caused by the plant staying too wet; check the soil condition before watering excessively.

How do I fertilize Jade Pothos Plants?

How do I fertilize Jade Pothos Plants?

Jade Pothos Plants do not require fertilizer. Fertilizer is recommended only for plants potted in the same container for a long time to provide nutrients for new growth. Any all purpose, foliage fertilizer will work for Jade Pothos. Indoor houseplant fertilizers fall into two groups: water soluble, liquid quick release, and granular, slow release fertilizers. Jack's Classic Indoor plant food works well as a powder, quick release fertilizer that is mixed with water to quickly provide nutrients to a plant that has been in a container for an extended time. On the other hand, Biotone Starter or Osmocote Indoor/Outdoor is an option as a granular, slow release fertilizer that can be applied while potting and planting. Any type of fertilizer offers nutrients that help plants with the transition to a new environment. All of these fertilizers may be used when planting Jade Pothos Plants indoors.


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