Skeleton Key Pothos: Amazing Leaf Shape That’s Truly Unique!



Skeleton key pothos is a unique and beautiful houseplant that can bring life to any home. The distinctive foliage has become a favorite for many. 

However, caring for this pothos variety isn’t always straightforward- there  are some special considerations you’ll need to consider if you want your plants to thrive.

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Skeleton Key Pothos Plant Care Guide

Soil Requirements

Skeleton Key Pothos plants prefer well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. An ariod potting mix with added perlite, vermiculite, charcoal, or mulch is ideal for these plants. 


Like all Pothos plants, or Devil’s Ivy (Epipremnum aureum), they are resilient and one of the easiest houseplants to grow, but they need to be repotted every one to three years.

Watering Needs

These plants are relatively low maintenance when it comes to watering needs. Therefore, they should be watered regularly but not overly saturated, which could lead to root rot or other problems.

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