Epipremnum Aureum - Glacier
Epipremnum Aureum - Glacier

Epipremnum Aureum - Glacier

Regular price$15.00
/
Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • Oakland Pickup
  • Low stock - 2 items left
  • Inventory on the way

The Epipremnum Auerum or Glacier Pothos is a dainty pothos variety with stunning green and white colors. It is commonly confused with its close relative, the n'joy pothos. However, the glacier pothos can be distinguished by its coloring which is more silvery-green than the n’joy. Its leaves also tend to be more oval-shaped than these other two varieties and it is considered rarer and harder to come by. 

Like most pothos, the glacier pothos makes for an excellent houseplant and is considered to be pretty hardy and low-maintenance. It does well in most standard household conditions and can withstand a bit of neglect if needed. 

Light: This plant will thrive in bright indirect light, however, it will also comfortably adapt to medium light spaces. Please keep in mind, however, that because the variegated leaf parts lack chlorophyll, and therefore cannot photosynthesis, a lower light environment will cause it to lose some of the variegation that makes it so special. 

Water: In bright light, these plants appreciate watering when the soil has dried out halfway in their pot. In low and medium light spaces, it is best to allow the soil to dry almost all the way, but do not let the plant sit dry for extended periods.

Humidity: Moderate humidity is best for this variety. We suggest running a humidifier if your space is especially dry.

If ingested, this plant is poisonous to pets

Photographs are representative of the species and not always the specific plant shipped. Variations in size and pruning should be expected.

All plant sales are final.

We currently offer shipping to the lower 48 United States only. We take every precaution to carefully package your items for safe transport.

Shipping orders are packaged within two days of order.

All plant orders are shipped using USPS Priority Mail to assure that they spend no more than three days in the mail.

For more information about shipping visit our
FAQ.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.


You may also like


Recently viewed