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My favorite house plant  is the Devil’s Ivy and here are the reasons why , The Devil’s Ivy is one of the most popular houseplants in the world because it is so easy to care for.

It’s a gorgeous vining plant with heart-shaped leaves that are variegated in green and yellow. It’s a fast grower, hardy, and can tolerate a wide variety of growing conditions.

The vines can reach 10′ or longer, making them ideal for hanging baskets where they will create beautiful draping foliage.

If a moss pole or other type of support is provided, the devil’s ivy plant will create a beautiful climbing houseplant.
An excellent beginner plant, it’s not fussy at all and can thrive in both bright sunlight or dim lighting inside your home. The only lighting conditions it can’t tolerate are full, direct sun and complete darkness.

If exposed to bright, filtered light, your devil’s ivy will have more yellow variegation in its leaves.​
The root system of pothos plants is rather shallow, so you only need to water a little bit to penetrate the roots. Water it as often as needed during the growing months of spring and summer. Just avoid soaking the soil completely and you should be fine.
As far as soil goes, a standard houseplant potting mix is perfectly fine. It should be well-draining, but hold on to enough water to remain moist in between watering (devil’s ivy doesn’t like super dry soil).
Golden pothos is quite hardy and can survive without fertilizer for months on end. However, if you want to produce vigorous growth and foliage, give it a 20-20-20 mix.

Fertilize during the growing season and avoid fertilizing during the winter months.​

If the plant stops producing new growth, reduce the frequency of fertilizing to once every two or three months.

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Comments

3 Comments
  • TAMANG BALITA
    Jan 21, 2021 08:51
    Wow plant nice po
  • TAMANG BALITA
    Jan 20, 2021 07:36
    My
  • Jonaliza Empay
    Jan 17, 2021 21:47
    wow.. same tayo Golden pothos. Good Luck bro! God Bless us all=)