Pothos requires no special care indoors; it tolerates low light (but grows well in medium- and high-light spots, as well), low humidity, and the occasional missed watering. That said, pothos prefers moist (but not wet or saturated) soil, so it’s best to water it when the top inch or so of the potting mix is dry.
Because it’s such an easy houseplant, you don’t need to worry about fertilizing pothos a lot. Feed it at least twice a year (every six months or so) with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. If you wish to fertilize the plant more frequently, you can certainly do so to encourage faster growth. Pothos also functions as a living air purifier making it ideal for home and office settings. It’s one of the best houseplants for any room of your home.
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