Manjula Pothos Care

Epipremnum Happy Leaf; Devil's Ivy

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I think by now you've noticed my obsession with variegated house plants. This Manjula Pothos definitely goes in the category with her white heart-shaped foliage. The main difference (besides colour) between this pothos and her other siblings is that her leaves have wavy edges.

A little know fact is that the Manjula Pothos (also called Epipremnum Happy Leaf) is a variety patented and originally produced by the University of Florida.

Same as her other siblings, this Epipremnum is toxic to pets and children.

Manjula Pothos Plant Care

Light

The Manjula Pothos grows best in medium to bright light, not direct. Too much sun can scorch her beautiful white leaves and too little can cause the variegation to disappear.

Watering

Keep the soil moist at all times, but never soaking wet! Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly before watering.

Feeding

Apply liquid fertiliser once every two weeks in the spring and summer to promote growth.

Moisture level

4

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