The Pearls and Jade Pothos gets its name from the pearly white and jade green patterns splashed across its leaves. It’s wonderfully versatile in the home or office—you can grow it in hanging baskets, on a shelf, let it climb a trellis, or grow horizontally along a tabletop or mantle. These pothos can be placed in low to indirect light, and like to dry between waterings. You can encourage bushy growth by pruning near a node, and easily propagate these cuttings in water.

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Regularly trim your Pothos to keep it looking its best. Removing discolored or crispy leaves will help to encourage healthy new growth.

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    These high-quality stainless steel Pruning Scissors are excellent for trimming those hard-to-reach places. Use these scissors to prune your small plants with thinner stems such as ferns, hoyas, and herbs. These are also useful for trimming leaves on calatheas, prayer plants, palms, dracaenas, and more. Wipe the blades with rubbing alcohol between each snip to avoid spreading any bacteria between plants. Useful for outdoor gardening as well.


Details & Care


XS—5"–8" tall (including ceramic pot) Size Guide




Low to Bright Indirect

Pet Friendly

No—Toxic and not pet-friendly

Air Cleaner

Yes—Releases oxygen and absorbs pollutants

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  • Healthy plant pre-potted with premium soil
    • Plant size: 5″-8″ tall (including pot)
  • Ecopots pot and saucer
    • Pot size: 4″ in diameter, 3.75″ tall
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Pearls and Jade Pothos have leaves streaked with different colors of green and cream. It can be placed in a variety of lighting, but avoid too much direct light. Don’t worry if you miss a watering or if it gets too much sun—pothos are very forgiving plants. This plant is relatively fast-growing, making it perfect for a space that needs some greenery.

The Epipremnum family, which includes pothos, are native to the tropical Solomon Islands. These plants can grow huge leaves if given something to climb on and are found in the wild growing on trees. Pothos can adapt from lower lighting to indirect light. Too little light and the variegation will fade. Water when the soil is mostly dry. Pothos are simple to propagate through leaf cuttings.

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Botanical Name

Epipremnum aureum 'Pearls and Jade'

Common Name(s)

Pearls and Jade Pothos
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