Let’s find out everything about the Hawaiian pothos plant!
What Does It Look Like?
The Hawaiian pothos is known for its large leaves that can grow up to 12 inches long. They’re heart-shaped and have vibrant variegation in dark green, cream, and gold shades.
How To Care For Hawaiian Pothos?
This pothos species isn’t fussy. It’s a tropical plant that grows under the rainforest canopy, so imitating those conditions will give the Epipremnum aureum everything it needs.
Light & Temperature
If you want to see your Hawaiian pothos thrive, ensure it gets plenty of bright indirect light. Keep it in temperatures between 90 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Humidity & Watering
The ideal humidity for this pothos plant is between 50% and 70%. Regularly check the soil to see when it needs watering. Wait until the top 2 inches of the pothos soil are dry.
Soil & Fertilization
The ideal soil for this pothos species is porous, well-draining, and slightly acidic. A balanced (15 15 15 or 20 20 20) water-soluble liquid fertilizer will work well.
The general rule for repotting this pothos species is to do it every 1 or 2 years.
The easiest way to propagate this pothos is by stem cuttings. Find a healthy stem, cut it and root it in water or soil.
1. Diseases: bacterial leaf spot and root rot.
2. Pests: Mealybugs and spider mites
3. Pothos losing variegation due to direct sun
There are plenty of reasons to get yourself a Hawaiian pothos! They are super easy to grow and should be on your wish list.