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Manjula Pothos Green (Epipremnum aureum) - Plant

Manjula Pothos Green (Epipremnum aureum) - Plant

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Bushy plant in a Small size pot.
Bushy plant with minimum 3 shoots in a Medium size pot.

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Manjula Pothos Green

The Manjula Pothos, also known as Epipremnum aureum 'Manjula,' is a popular and striking variety of Pothos plant. This plant is a trailing or vining plant, It can be grown in hanging baskets or allowed to trail down from shelves or surfaces. Its most distinctive feature is its thick big leaves, which display a beautiful dark green color. This gorgeous indoor plant (Manjula Pothos Green) can grow in the tropics as well as sub tropic regions and prefers warm, humid weather.

Pothos plants are often considered air-purifying houseplants. They can help remove indoor air pollutants. Manjula Pothos is a low maintenance plant it goes well in low light & thrives in indirect light, making it a great addition to any home or office space.

Features of Manjula Pothos Green :-

  1. Variety: Manjula Pothos is a cultivar of Epipremnum aureum.
  2. Leaves: Heart-shaped with green and creamy-white marbled patterns.
  3. Growth: Fast-growing, trailing vine suitable for hanging.
  4. Hardiness: Low-maintenance, adaptable to various conditions.
  5. Light: Thrives in indirect light, tolerates low light.
  6. Watering: Allow soil to dry between waterings.
  7. Soil: Well-draining potting mix.
  8. Temperature: Prefers average room temperatures.
  9. Air Purification: Effective in removing indoor pollutants.


1. Light:

  • Indirect Light: Manjula Pothos prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can damage and scorch the leaves. This plant can tolerate lower light conditions and can be grown inside home and offices.

2. Watering:

  • Moderate Watering: Allow the top inch or two of the soil to dry out between watering sessions. Water when the soil feels slightly dry to the touch. Avoid Overwatering as it can lead to root rot, so it's crucial to avoid keeping the soil excessively moist.

  • Use Well-Draining Soil: Plant your Manjula Pothos in a well-draining potting soil mix to prevent waterlogged roots.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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