Mixed Pothos Pot: Plant Different Pothos Varieties Together



Pothos, also known as Devil’s Ivy, are popular houseplants for a good reason. Not only are they easy to care for and adaptable to various indoor conditions, but they can also purify the air and add a touch of greenery to any space.

Did you know that you can grow multiple types of Pothos in a single pot?  With some planning and care, you can create a stunning Pothos display that will have all of your friends green with envy.

Choosing Your Pothos Varieties

- Cebu Blue Pothos - Golden Pothos - Hawaiian Pothos - Jade Pothos Manjula Pothos Marble Queen Neon Pothos Satin Pothos

Matching Sunlight Needs of Different Pothos Varieties

Cebu Blue Pothos: Moderate to bright indirect light Golden Pothos: Low, moderate, or bright indirect light Hawaiian Pothos: Low, moderate, or bright indirect light Jade Pothos: Low, moderate, or bright indirect light Manjula Pothos: Bright indirect light

Preparing Your Pot

– Choose a pot with multiple drainage holes to allow excess water to easily flow out. – Fill the pot with a well-draining soil mix, such as a mixture of potting soil and perlite. – Create individual planting pockets for each pothos plant by making small indentations in the soil mix.

Planting and Care

– Gently remove each Pothos plant from its current pot  and loosen the roots with your fingers. – Place the plant in its designated planting pocket  and fill in any gaps with soil mix. – Water the soil mix until it is evenly moist but not soggy and allow it to drain out of the pot.

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