Jade Pothos: Care & Propagation Guide + 3 Common Problems



Are you looking for a houseplant that can survive anywhere in your home? Then look no further than the Jade Pothos. This tropical vine is perfect for beginners and requires very little maintenance.

Plus, it won’t mind low  light conditions, which is always a plus if your home doesn’t get enough natural light. Let’s closely examine what the Jade Pothos plant needs to grow and stay healthy.

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Care Guide


Jade Pothos is not pretentious about lighting conditions. Has the ability to tolerate lower light conditions, as well as some direct sun. This makes it an excellent plant for any part of your home.


Water your plant when the top 2 inches (5 cm) of the soil feel dry to the touch. Use your finger to test if the soil is dry enough. Then water the soil thoroughly and evenly until the water starts dripping through the drainage holes.


Jade Pothos needs a well-draining potting mix to stay healthy. The ideal soil should facilitate drainage but should also retain some moisture.

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