The Shangri La Pothos is one of the most intriguing houseplants you’ll encounter.
It’s an unusual plant with dark green, rolled-up leaves, and ribbed or crinkled foliage texture. The best way to describe it is by comparing it to cooked spinach or kale.
Due to its unusual leaves, its care and propagation requirements differ slightly from other pothos varieties.
Pothos Shangri La is the embodiment of wabi-sabi. This Japanese aesthetic finds beauty in imperfection and impermanence.
This houseplant grows best in bright indirect light. Therefore, a room with eastern or western exposure would be ideal.
Plant in a well-draining potting mix. A combination of equal parts universal potting soil, perlite, and orchid bark would do the job nicely.