Joyce, Hanging


Pothos N Joy
Epipremnum aureum 'N Joy'

Joyce is a bit of a black sheep in her big family, despite her white patches. Most pothos will grow rapidly and their leaves get quite large, but Joyce's will grow slower and her leaves will remain petite. She is a very patient plant, able to tolerate periods of drought here and there making her very easy to keep. Some may even say Joyce is impossible to kill, which is why her nickname 'Devil's Ivy' was coined.

Sunlight:Low to bright indirect light.

Water:Once a week, or when soil is dry 2" down.

Pets:Toxic to your furry friends.

Humidity:Moderate humidity.

>Indestructible:Black thumb? Meet indestructible.

Pro-tip: Less light means less variegation on leaves. If you want more white, you need more light.


Only 3 left!

Hanging basket: Exactly 12 inches from the top of the hook to the soil and a container width of 5 inches.

Foliage length will vary.

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