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Epipremnum aureum 'NJoy'

 

Pothos 'NJoy'

Original:Copied from: http://www.houseplantsource.com/products-page/indoor/plant29 Pothos N’Joy (Epipremnum aureum) Pothos N'Joy is one of the newer varieties of variegated Pothos available to home growers. N'Joy is just as easy to grow as Golden, Jade or Marble Queen Pothos. It will adapt and thrive in bright natural lighting all the way down to living in just artificial lighting in an office. Decorative container not included. Bloom Period: Pothos N'Joy does not produce any flowers. Growth Habit: Pothos N'Joy is a vining plant. Individual vines can grow quite long but can be pruned anywhere along the stem to keep a compact shape. Cuttings are easily rooted in a container of water. All Epipremnum varieties can be toxic to dogs and cats if eaten. Lighting: Pothos N'Joy is adaptable to nearly any interior location that has enough light to cast a shadow. N'Joy will adapt and thrive in artificial light such as a office environments. In the home if Pothos N'Joy is placed in or near any light source you'll have great success growing the plant. The only location N'Joy doesn't like is long periods of hot full sun. Basic Care: Pothos N'Joy is about the easiest plant there is to grow. If you have a "Black Thumb" you can grow a Pothos N'Joy! Check your new plant for water twice a week until you become familiar with its needs. When the soil has dried to the touch 1/4" down on 4" pots or 1/2" down on 6" pots it's time to water. Water all the way around the pot and remove any standing water from the drip tray. Pest: Indoors Pothos N'Joy usually does not have any insect problems. Aphids can infect new growth. Availability: We have 4" and 6" pots of Pothos N'Joy in stock year round. New:E. aureum is an evergreen vine growing to 20 m tall, climbing by means of aerial roots which adhere to surfaces. It is a popular houseplant.The leaves are heart-shaped and the flowers are produced in a spathe up to 23 cm long. This plant produces trailing stems which take root when they reach the ground.

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plant Features
  • Pothos NJoy likes partial shade

    Partial shade

  • Pothos NJoy likes very little water

    Very little water

  • Pothos NJoy is not frost hardy

    Not Frost hardy

  • Pothos NJoy likes light and free draining

    Light and free draining

 
plant information

Common name

Pothos 'NJoy'

Latin name

Epipremnum aureum 'NJoy'

type

Climber

family

Araceae

ph

5.0 - 7.5 Acid - Neutral

  • Light

    Pothos NJoy likes partial shade

    Partial shade

  • Frost

    Pothos NJoy is not frost hardy

    Not Frost hardy

  • Soil

    Pothos NJoy likes light and free draining

    Light and free draining

  • Water

    Pothos NJoy likes very little water

    Very little water

Plant & bloom calendar

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    Best time to plant

full grown dimensions

The size of a fully grown Pothos NJoy is 10.00meters x 20.00meters 10.00 M 20.00 M

Epipremnum aureum 'NJoy'

Original:Copied from: http://www.houseplantsource.com/products-page/indoor/plant29 Pothos N’Joy (Epipremnum aureum) Pothos N'Joy is one of the newer varieties of variegated Pothos available to home growers. N'Joy is just as easy to grow as Golden, Jade or Marble Queen Pothos. It will adapt and thrive in bright natural lighting all the way down to living in just artificial lighting in an office. Decorative container not included. Bloom Period: Pothos N'Joy does not produce any flowers. Growth Habit: Pothos N'Joy is a vining plant. Individual vines can grow quite long but can be pruned anywhere along the stem to keep a compact shape. Cuttings are easily rooted in a container of water. All Epipremnum varieties can be toxic to dogs and cats if eaten. Lighting: Pothos N'Joy is adaptable to nearly any interior location that has enough light to cast a shadow. N'Joy will adapt and thrive in artificial light such as a office environments. In the home if Pothos N'Joy is placed in or near any light source you'll have great success growing the plant. The only location N'Joy doesn't like is long periods of hot full sun. Basic Care: Pothos N'Joy is about the easiest plant there is to grow. If you have a "Black Thumb" you can grow a Pothos N'Joy! Check your new plant for water twice a week until you become familiar with its needs. When the soil has dried to the touch 1/4" down on 4" pots or 1/2" down on 6" pots it's time to water. Water all the way around the pot and remove any standing water from the drip tray. Pest: Indoors Pothos N'Joy usually does not have any insect problems. Aphids can infect new growth. Availability: We have 4" and 6" pots of Pothos N'Joy in stock year round. New:E. aureum is an evergreen vine growing to 20 m tall, climbing by means of aerial roots which adhere to surfaces. It is a popular houseplant.The leaves are heart-shaped and the flowers are produced in a spathe up to 23 cm long. This plant produces trailing stems which take root when they reach the ground.


Planting

From Early Spring TO Early Spring

Epipremnum aureum is mostly sold as a potted houseplant and as such, you only need to repot your Pothos when the roots are are so congested the plant starts to suffer. The most obvious sign of this is when the leaves are drooping despite being well watered or the plant isn't growing any more. Use moist potting compost. Average light would be best for your Pothos plant. Growth will be slow if you choose a very dark spot, this will also create sparse "vines" with leaves quite far apart. Very bright spots will eventually destroy the plant. No lower than 10°C / 50°F in Winter and ideally between 18°C - 24°C / 65°F - 75°F in the other seasons.

 

Propagation by cuttings

From Early Spring TO Late Summer

Propagating Pothos is really easy. Cut off the tips to create cuttings and either put them in water until they grow roots, or push the cuttings directly into pots of moist compost. They root easily so you should have a good success rate.

 
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