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Small Pothos 'Manjula'- $27.00

  • Medium to indirect light
  • Water every 5-7 days

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Details About This Plant:

Look who just joined the Pothos party! Pothos are one of the easiest plants to care for and that's not any different for the Manjulas! It's so interesting to see how many different variegations the Pothos can have!

The Pothos are native to southeastern Asia and many other places- they are one of the most forgiving plants when it comes to their environment! Although it is worth noting that this particular variety do need more light than your average pothos. Because this plant has variegations which means they have less chlorophyll, which means they need more light to survive (science, yay!)

Keep the Manjula in a spot bright enough for you to read a book without the lights on. And water when the first fingertip length of the soil is dry (every 5-7 days give or take). Like their cousins, the Manjula tolerates a bit of drought and you'll notice that the leaves will wilt a little when it craves that hit of H2O. If you see the leaves drooping, water the plant and it'll perk back up!


Small Pothos 'Manjula'

- $27.00

  • Medium to indirect light
  • Water every 5-7 days

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STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
Made from fine ceramic, pot will arrive fully soiled.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
(No Charge)

Madison
+$22.00

(free re-potting)



Mott
+$22.00

(free re-potting)



Delancey- Ceramic
+$22.00

(free re-potting)



Chrystie- Ceramic
+$22.00

(free re-potting)



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Details About This Plant:

Look who just joined the Pothos party! Pothos are one of the easiest plants to care for and that's not any different for the Manjulas! It's so interesting to see how many different variegations the Pothos can have!

The Pothos are native to southeastern Asia and many other places- they are one of the most forgiving plants when it comes to their environment! Although it is worth noting that this particular variety do need more light than your average pothos. Because this plant has variegations which means they have less chlorophyll, which means they need more light to survive (science, yay!)

Keep the Manjula in a spot bright enough for you to read a book without the lights on. And water when the first fingertip length of the soil is dry (every 5-7 days give or take). Like their cousins, the Manjula tolerates a bit of drought and you'll notice that the leaves will wilt a little when it craves that hit of H2O. If you see the leaves drooping, water the plant and it'll perk back up!


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