All About N'joy Pothos: How To Grow and Care for

All About N'joy Pothos: How To Grow and Care for -- N'joy pothos (Epipremnum aureum 'n'joy') are lovely, delicate pothos with variegated leaves and a vining growth habit. This type of the popular marble queen pothos has smaller, thinner leaves with more severe variegation than the marble queen. If you wish to adopt this sweetie, here are some helpful hints!

N'joy pothos


N'joy pothos, like other varieties of pothos, is known for being low-maintenance and simple to grow indoors. It's also lovely in hanging baskets, tabletop planters, and draping from shelves and bookcases. However, pet owners should be advised that n'joy pothos, like other plants in the pothos family, is poisonous to pets if consumed, so keep this trailing houseplant out of reach of any curious fur babies.

Botanical Name :  Epipremnum aureum 'n'joy' 

Common Name : N'joy pothos 

Family : Araceae 

Plant Type : Perennial, vine 

Mature Size : 10 ft. long 

Sun Exposure : Partial 

Soil Type : Moist but well-drained 

Soil pH : Acidic 

Bloom Time : Spring, summer 

Flower Color : Green, white 

Hardiness Zones : 10-11, USA 

Native Area : Asia 

Toxicity : Toxic to pets

Plant Care


Pothos grow as understory plants in their natural habitat, where they are used to dappled light, high humidity, and warm temperatures. This makes them ideal for indoor growing where temperatures are warm and indirect light is plenty. 

Caring for n'joy pothos is similar to that of many of its relatives in the Epipremnum genus, despite the fact that they are a slow-growing type of pothos. Because of their richly variegated leaves, they require more light than other types such as the jade pothos or golden pothos. 

In general, these tropical plants are resilient, low-maintenance houseplants that are ideal for both expert and newbie houseplant collectors. 

Propagating N’Joy Pothos With Stem Cut


Follow these techniques to grow a n'joy pothos using stem cuttings.

1. Take a few stem cuttings from a healthy n'joy pothos plant using a clean pair of pruning shears or scissors. For optimum results, ensure that each cutting has at least 3 to 4 nodes along the stem. 

2. Remove the top 1–2 leaves from each cutting, leaving the stem bare.

3. Fill a container halfway with new water and add the stem cuttings. Make sure the remaining leaves are above the water and the bare stem is completely immersed. 

4. Place the container in a spot with bright, indirect light and refresh the water once a week to keep it fresh.After a week or two, you should notice little white roots developing from the stem's nodes.

5. Cuttings can be planted in soil once the roots are at least 1 to 2 inches long. Prepare a small container with well-draining soil and place the cuttings in it, watering thoroughly after planting. Alternatively, to give the parent plant a fuller look, put the rooted cuttings back in with it.

6. Return the container to its original place and keep the soil equally wet for the first several weeks to let the roots adjust to the change from water to soil.

Potting and Repotting N’Joy Pothos


N'joy pothos should be repotted when they outgrow their pot, which is normally every 1 to 2 years. Roots sprouting from the pot's drainage holes or circling the top or bottom of the container are both indicators that your plant is ready to be repotted. 

Make sure that the new pot for your pothos is only one size larger than the old one. So, if your pothos is now in a 4-inch pot, upgrade to a 6-inch pot. Moving a n'joy pothos into an overly big pot too fast might result in accidental overwatering, so go slowly when upsizing. 

Common Pests and Plant Diseases


N'joy pothos, like other houseplants, is subject to a few common pests and diseases. Keep an eye out for common houseplant pests like fungus gnats, spider mites, mealybugs, and thrips, as well as common illnesses like root rot, which can be caused by excessive moisture. 

However, as long as your plant is pest-free when you get it home, these pothos plants are not particularly prone to pests.

Common Problems


N'joy pothos are easy to grow and care for indoors, and they are often trouble-free. However, like with any houseplant, there are a few frequent issues that you may experience, particularly if you are new to caring for pothos plants. Here are a few things to keep an eye out for.

- Yellow Leaves: overwatering, underwatering, lack of light, or too much light

- Brown Leaves: lack of water or humidity

- Stunted Growth: lack of light

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