55 - 65cm Epipremnum Manjula on mosspole Scindapsus Pothos 17cm Pot House Plant

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Epipremnum 'Manjula', often referred to as a variant of Pothos, is a cultivated variety known for its unique variegation patterns and wavy leaf edges. This plant features heart-shaped leaves adorned with a mix of cream, green, and white hues, making it a striking addition to indoor spaces. Originating from the Araceae family, 'Manjula' Pothos showcases a remarkable resilience and adaptability, making it suitable for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts. Here is a detailed care guide to ensure your Epipremnum 'Manjula' thrives:

Light Requirements

  • Moderate to Bright, Indirect Light: 'Manjula' Pothos prefers bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate moderate light levels. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves, leading to fading of the variegation.


  • Consistent Moisture: Water your 'Manjula' when the top inch of the soil feels dry to the touch. Overwatering or allowing the plant to sit in water can lead to root rot. Reduce watering during the winter months.

Humidity and Temperature

  • Average to High Humidity: This plant enjoys humidity levels similar to those found in tropical environments but is quite adaptable to average household humidity. Mist the leaves regularly or use a pebble tray to increase humidity if the air is too dry.
  • Warm Temperatures: Keep your 'Manjula' in temperatures between 18°C to 29°C (65°F to 85°F). Avoid exposure to drafts and sudden temperature changes.

Soil and Fertilisation

  • Well-Draining Potting Mix: Use a well-draining, peat-based potting mix. The soil should retain moisture but allow excess water to drain to prevent root rot.
  • Regular Feeding: Feed your 'Manjula' Pothos with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer). Reduce feeding in fall and winter.

Pruning and Repotting

  • Pruning for Shape and Health: Regularly prune your 'Manjula' to encourage fuller growth and maintain its shape. Use clean, sharp scissors to remove any yellow or damaged leaves.
  • Repotting When Necessary: Repot your 'Manjula' Pothos every 2-3 years or when it becomes root-bound. Choose a pot that is one size larger than the current one to encourage growth.


  • Stem Cuttings: 'Manjula' can be easily propagated through stem cuttings placed in water or directly into soil. Ensure each cutting has at least one node (the point from which leaves grow) for successful rooting.

Pest and Disease Management

  • Common Pests: Keep an eye out for common pests such as spider mites, mealybugs, and scale. Treat infestations promptly with insecticidal soap or neem oil.
  • Disease Prevention: Avoid overwatering and ensure good air circulation around the plant to prevent fungal diseases.

Caring for Epipremnum 'Manjula' is relatively straightforward, making it an excellent choice for enhancing indoor spaces with its lush, variegated foliage. With proper care, 'Manjula' Pothos will grow into a vibrant, trailing plant that adds a touch of nature to your home or office.

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  • Plants are supplied in plastic nursery pots unless stated in the product title.

  • Plants are not for consumption unless stated as edible.

  • Plant heights can fluctuate +/- 10%.

  • Our plants are kept at our tropical nursery in Yorkshire where we maintain an average temperature of 18c.

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