Golden Pothos Cutting | Devil’s Ivy Epipremnum

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The Golden pothos is one of the most popular houseplants in the world because it is so easy to care for; it simply refuses to die!!

You’ll receive a healthy, well-rooted 1-2 node cutting. It’s a gorgeous vining plant with heart-shaped leaves that are variegated in green and yellow. It’s a fast grower, hardy, and can tolerate a wide variety of growing conditions. It’s also called devil’s vine or devil’s ivy because it is almost impossible to kill and it stays green even when kept in the dark.

Why is this plant so popular and used in homes as well as commercial decorative displays like shopping centers, offices, and public locations? Because it requires little care and is so attractive! It’s very versatile in displaying them either from a hanging basket in medium indirect lighting to a tabletop display in your bedroom. These make a great starter plant or gift-giving plant for a low maintenance indoor gardener. Its beautiful variegated leaves add a pop of variety in any setting. This vining plant can even be trained to climb upwards and has reached 60 feet in its native environment.

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 4 in

Variegated, Yellow

Sun Requirement

Bright Indirect






zone 11, zone 12



Golden Pothos has beautiful heart-shaped leaves of light green and white variegation and is known as devil’s ivy. It is native to the tropical climate of Southeast Asia. It is known as the world’s best-selling plant because of its popularity.

Golden Pothos is an attractive houseplant that everyone should have in their houses. You can plant them in a hanging basket and place them on a bookshelf where they cascade their beautiful foliage. You can place them also in a living room or bedroom because it has a natural air purifier, it gives your home fresh and clean.

This plant is easy to grow and easy to care for once established. It thrives in bright and indirect sunlight and partial shades. Allow the soil to dry before watering them, and make sure there is an excellent draining hole in the pot to prevent root rot.

Fertilizing them once a month during their growing season will help them bloom into healthy ones. It is toxic to humans and pets, so make sure to place them in an area where they cannot reach them. You can plant them in USDA Hardiness Zones 10-12.

You can propagate them via layering and cuttings.


What to expect: You’ll receive a healthy, well-rooted 1-2 node cutting. 

  • Packaging & Shipping: Every plant is fragile and the shipping process is not always kind (or easy). That’s why every plant is packaged snugly with care with a moist wrapping over the roots secured with an outer layer of plastic wrapping to prevent damage to the node/roots of the cutting inside the shipping box.

  • Returns & Refunds: Due to the nature of the product, we cannot accept returns or refunds. If there are issues with your order, please reach out to us so that we can do our best to find an appropriate resolution.

 Care instructions:

  • Soil: A standard well-drained potting soil mix. We use a mixture of 50% perlite and 50% succulent soil mix to ensure the roots remain aerated and healthy.

  • Light: Bright, indirect light. If the light is too dim, the leaf markings and variegation will fade.

  • Water: Keep the soil slightly moist, allowing soil to dry out completely between waterings.

  • Temperature: The Pothos thrives in temperatures 60-80 degrees, so it’ll do well in typical indoor temperatures.


  • Brown edges and leaf tips:  Pothos can live happily in low humidity environments, but if brown tips and edging is persistent then your air is too dry. Rectify this by spritzing your indoor plant regularly or relocating to a room that has more moisture in the air.
  • Solid green leaves: It is best to keep it in a brightly lit room, if you’d like to maintain the marbling, or variegation, in your plant. If your plant isn’t receiving enough light it will push out more plain green leaves to cope with the lack of lighting. Relocate to a brighter spot if this is the case.
  • Bright yellow leaves: All pothos prefer to dry out between waterings but do not like to stay dry for long periods of time. Excessive yellowing of leaves is a sign that you may be allowing your plant to stay dry for too long. Adjust your frequency of watering and water again once at least 50% of your soil has dried out.
  • Black/Brown leaves: Overwatering is diagnosed by black/browning leaves and rotting stems. If you are keeping your plant in a lower light situation be sure to keep an eye on your regularity of watering. Lower light will require less watering frequency. If you have black or brown leaves, adjust your watering and check that the soil is draining efficiently.
  • Pests:  Pothos are very rarely affected by pests making them easy to care for. However if they are under any stress from any of the above symptoms they can be susceptible to common indoor plant pests such as mealybug and spider mite. Identify which pest you have as soon as noticed and try remove manually where possible. If you have a large infestation treat immediately with an organic pesticide such as Neem Oil.

Shipping Countries: United States (US)

Ready to ship in 3-5 business days


Shipping Policy

We only ship using USPS 2 Day priority mail. This is not a guarantee that it will be delivered in 2 days, as USPS may experience delays that are not in our control.
We will notify you of when your plant has shipped and will provide you with photos of your plant, along with care instructions VIA email.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR lost, late or slow mailing In which the plant does not make it due to the post office or weather.


Refund Policy

Due to the nature of the product, we do not accept returns or refunds. If there are issues with your order, please reach out to us so that we can do our best to find an appropriate resolution.

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  1. B

    Packing could have been better. Most of the dirt had come out of the pot. But, there was an additional plant in the box! 😊

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    • PT

      We appreciate your feedback, and we’re sorry for the inconvenience with the packaging. We’ll take immediate steps to address the packaging concern and ensure a smoother delivery experience in the future. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

  2. AH

    So happy. My very own pothos arrived in great condition. Thank you!

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  3. CS

    A great addition to my pothos collection. Beautiful plant. Highly recommend.

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  4. AL

    This plant looks soooo good! Shipping was fast and this baby was packed extremely well. I will be ordering again!

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  6. M

    love this plant, looks amazing and definitely exceeded my expectations.

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  7. AH

    Seller’s nice and has been very helpful throughout the transaction. I love the plant, nice looking with all the leaves when it came, careful packaging.

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  8. AG

    Beautiful! Thank you so much ~

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  9. DA

    Great seller, helpful and quick.

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  10. FA

    Plant received is exactly the same on picture. Fast shipping, very good packaging and plant arrived in Excellent condition without damage.

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Golden Pothos Cutting | Devil’s Ivy Epipremnum

$4.00$5.00 (-20%)