Pothos Vine

Pothos Vines are easy to care for and long-lasting. THey thrice in well lit areas but can also surive in low light. They act as natural air purifiers, removing harmful toxins from the air, making them a great addition to any space.
The Pothos Vine can thrive in bright light as well as low light. The plant will grow more quickly in higher light environments.
Water the Pothos Vine ONCE PER WEEK. Saturate the soil when watering. If the leaves begin to wilt, top of the plant with some water and they will perk back up!
The Pothos Vine does well in regular household humidity, but benefits from an occoasional increase in humidity. You can achieve this by adding a pebble tray, grouping it with other plants or spraying the leaves with a little water.
The Pothos Vine is mildly toxic to humans and pets. If ingested, it may cause some stomach irritation or vomitting.
Trim off any dead, discolored or damaged leaves and stems as they occur, with clean scissors. Snipping stems just above a leaf node will encourage bushy and fuller growth. Stems that are removed can be easily propagated in water!