The Global Green Pothos plant is a new and lesser-known pothos variety. With its dark green leaves and striking yellow-green variegation, it is a must-have addition to any houseplant collection.
Global Green Pothos was discovered in a nursery in Japan in 2016 by plant breeder Hiroaki Asaoka. He noticed a naturally-occurring mutation that became Global Green.
Global Green Pothos can tolerate low to medium light conditions. But if you want to encourage faster growth and maintain its foliage patterns, keep your pothos in bright indirect light.
Global Green Pothos has moderate watering needs. It likes to grow in evenly moist soil, but it will also forgive you if you forget to water it for a few days.
Global Green Pothos is not a heavy feeder. You can fertilize it once every 1 or 2 months, diluted to half strength, using a liquid fertilizer for foliage plants.
You will need to repot Global Green Pothos once every 2 to 3 years. If you can see the roots come out from the top of the pot or through the drainage holes, it’s time to transplant it to a larger container.
The only way you can propagate your Global Green Pothos is through stem cuttings. The process is straightforward and can be used on any plant with at least five leaves per vine.