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Pothos aurea is part of the Pothos genus. Its scientific name is Pothos aurea. The botanical name epithet for Pothos aurea (aurea) means 'golden'.a Perennial grower, it grows best over a period of time (3 years and greater). Pothos aurea normally grows to a vine habit.
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Care for Pothos
Light and Temperature
While the Pothos will thrive in bright, indirect light it will also do well in low light. It will not tolerate direct sun. It grows best with night temperatures of 70-75°F (21-24°C) and day temperatures of 75- 90°F (24-32°C) but will tolerate temperatures as low as 65°F (18° C) during the winter months when you also cut back on the watering.
During the growing season, early spring through fall, let the soil dry down about 1 – 2” (2.5 – 5 cm), then water until you see the water run through. Do not leave water in the tray under your plant unless the pot is raised up out of the water on pebbles so the bottom of the pot is not touching the water. From late fall until early spring let the soil dry almost completely. This plant will be tolerant if you forget to water it now and again
You can fertilize your plant once a month from spring through fall with a balanced, diluted fertilizer. It is best not to feed this plant from late fall until early spring as this is its rest period and will do fine with the nutrients in the soil.
2 parts loam, 2 parts compost and 1 part coarse sand will be a good mix for this plant.
Many years. In fact, often seen in retail stores like barber shops and hair salons growing for years with little or no care. It is one of the longest lasting foliage plants under interior conditions. Consumers often take cuttings, place them in a glass of water in which they root and can last for months with seemingly little or no root oxygen.
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