Not all Oscars are grouches. In fact, he's one of the most popular and laid-back houseplants out there. He's straightforward and tells you how it is. When he's thirsty, his leaves look droopy and start curling. When he develops brown spots, it's a signal he needs more light.
Low to bright indirect light. Direct light will burn his leaves.
Water once a week. Let soil dry out completely in between.
Toxic to pets if ingested.
Has vines that grow down and trail over time.
Forgiving and low maintenance—a perfect fit for new plant parents.
Pro-tip: Pothos are extremely easy to propagate and share with friends. Simply cut off a piece of the vine anywhere from 6″ to 12″ long, strip off the lower leaves, and place it in a glass full of water in bright light. Renew water every other day.
Originating from Southeast Asia, this tropical beaut thrives in jungle-like ecosystems. Pothos are born climbers and can naturally grow on anything, including other plants, buildings, UPS trucks, humans—whatever they can cling onto.
Pothos naturally grow as trailing vines, so if you want them bushier just make sure to trim back the growth. Unlike philodendrons, pothos like their soil to dry out between waterings.
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.