Joyce

$22
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews

Pothos N'Joy
Epipremnum aureum

Joyce is a black sheep in her Pothos family despite her white patches. Most Pothos grow quickly and their leaves get pretty big, but her leaves grow slower and remain small. She tolerates long periods of drought and is tough to kill. Where do you think the nickname 'Devil's Ivy' comes from? 😉

Low to bright indirect light.

SM: ~8" tall and a 4" pot.

Pro-tip: Less light means less variegation on leaves. If you want more white, you need more light. Text us at 646-430-8699 for tips!

  • No sweat
  • No direct sun
  • Toxic to pets
  • Every week

Looks good with

Standard Terracotta Planter with Tray Planter Deroma Graphite SM
Standard Terracotta Planter with Tray
Moisture Meter Accessory Rooted SM
Moisture Meter
Organic Potting Mix + Lava Rocks Pack Accessory Rooted 2PK
Organic Potting Mix + Lava Rocks Pack
average rating 5.0 out of 5
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Reviewed by Sue S.
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I recommend this product
Size purchased
SM
Lighting conditions at home
Bright indirect light
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Joyce

She is just as I expected. I have never received a plant that was not perfect from rooted.

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Reviewed by Daisy T.
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Bright indirect light
Rated 5 out of 5
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Nice plant

Nice plant but several leaves were discolored

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