Your Golden pothos can survive in low light conditions but grows faster and produces more leaves in medium or bright indirect light. If the leaves are pale in color, the plant may be getting too much light. Do not place in direct sunlight–the sun will burn the foliage.
Water your Pothos enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet or saturated, so it’s best to water when the top 50% of soil is dry. Don’t worry if you forget—it will occasionally tolerate a missed watering! Look out for yellow leaves, they are a symptom of too much water
This plant will do well in low humidity environments but will thrive with a bit more humidity. Brown leaf tips may indicate the air is too dry
Your Golden Pothos prefers average to warm temperatures, 65-85 degrees.
The Golden Pothos is such an easy indoor plant, and you don’t need to worry about fertilizing this one a lot. Feed it every 6 months with a general-purpose indoor plant fertilizer
Trim out any dead, discolored, damaged, or diseased leaves and stems as they occur. Use clean, sharp scissors to avoid tearing or bruising the stems. Snip stems just above a leaf node; new growth will emerge from this cut and trimming close to the node will also prevent an ugly stub at the site.