Pothos is a great option for people with asthma symptoms. It greatly reduces the amount of toxins that commonly trigger an attack.

This is a relatively easy plant to care for. It does best in medium to high light areas but can tolerate low light.

Water pothos when the top of the soil is dry. They do not like to be wet or saturated on a regular basis.

Fertilize if you desire but pothos do not require much. You can use a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer every six months, if you wish, for faster growth.

“Clean Air” Plant

Common Names: Devil’s vine or devil’s ivy

Origin: Native to southeastern Asia

Available in 4 1/2 and 6 inch, 6 and 14 inch trellis, 8 inch hanging basket and 10 inch Golden Pothos Bowl.

Not meant for human or animal consumption.