Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum
Folk Names: Devil’s Ivy, Hunter’s Robe, Money Plant and Silver Vine.
HOW TO CARE FOR GOLDEN POTHOS
Characteristics and Care: Golden Pothos is an evergreen with heart-shaped leaves which are streaked with white or yellow.
This plant can grow up to twenty-feet in length, and will even climb trees or attach itself to trailing vines.
A very common plant, Golden Pothos is very easy to care for and known for its ability to survive if you happen to neglect to water it for a few days.
Likewise, if it’s overwatered, it actually excretes or “cries” the excess water out alongside the leaves. It does well in indirect light with a few hours of exposure to sunlight each day.
Overexposure to the sun will cause its leaves to turn yellow, yet it will still likely recover.
GOLDEN POTHOS PLANT SPIRIT MEDICINE
What is Golden Pothos Spiritual Meaning?
Spiritual Properties: Golden Pothos is very strongly connected with all forms of prosperity and good fortune.
It is believed to encourage wealth, and can be kept in the home or in an office or business to increase monetary flow.
Likewise, it also has a protective energy, and just as its leaves can climb around and encircle a tree, it can also be beneficial in holding negativity at bay.
Golden Pothos is also known for its resilient nature, which means it can impart silent strength and determination when kept nearby.
IS GOLDEN POTHOS TOXIC TO PETS?
Warnings: Golden Pothos is toxic to animals, so if you have pets, be sure to put it in an area where they won’t have access to it.
Likewise, it should also be kept out of the reach of children, as it is not meant for internal consumption.