Hawaiian Pothos: How to Grow a Giant Pothos Indoors



If you already have one at home, you’ll want to make sure that you give it a bit more love and care than you would a regular pothos.

If you’re thinking about buying one, you’ll want to learn how to spot real vs. fake plant listings. And if you want to put your green thumbs to the test, keep reading to discover how you can make your own from an old-school classic, the Golden Pothos.

What Is Giant Hawaiian Pothos?

Hawaiian Pothos is the mature form of the Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy Plant. You can find it growing in the wild in Hawaii, but also in Florida, and several other tropical regions of the world.

What Is the Difference Between Hawaiian Pothos and Golden Pothos?

The main difference  between Hawaiian and Golden Pothos is the leaf size and  shape. Golden Pothos leaves are oval or heart-shaped, usually 3 – 4 inches long.

Hawaiian Pothos Care Guide

- Light - Soil - Water - Temperature - Humidity - Fertilizer - Support

Growing Hawaiian Pothos Outdoors

You can grow this pothos outdoors if you live in USDA zones 9a to 12. If it gets too big to live in a pot, you can simply plant it in your garden. Use it as a ground cover, or let it climb a fence, wall, or tree. However, make sure that you keep the plant contained.

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