Pothos is a tropical vine plant with waxy, heart-shaped leaves. In the wild, this trailing plant can grow up to 40ft long. Indoors, pothos can reach up to 30ft in length.
The leaves and stems of pothos plants contain insoluble calcium oxalate crystals. If ingested, these crystals will cause discomfort. They essentially act as tiny shards that cut the mouth and digestive tract.
- Establish the Right Growing Conditions - Prepare a Clipping - Install the Plant - Monitor and Maintain Growth
- Water Filtration - Reduced Algae Growth - Improved Air Quality - Water Aeration - Additional Coverage - Substrate Stabilization