Manjula pothos (Epipremnum ‘Manjula’) - Pot + Plant + Soil

Epipremnum Manjula - "It's the Mr like you who puts the rest of us to shame." His foliage is variegated with silver, white, cream, and light green shades. Each leaf is different; many leaves will have large patches of green. Others will be heavily flecked and splashed. Manjula does not carry a crisp line between the variegated areas – so the creamy regions tend to have spots or speckles of other colours. 

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Description

Manjula Pothos, let's just say it is "the most wanted plant", so don't walk; just run when you see him here in stock! He often features in our Houseplant Wishlist Box too. Spotlight on you, dude! 

Another way to pick Manjula apart from the rest is that his leaves have wavy edges and don’t lay as flat as his other pothos friends.

Pothos is the ultimate trailing houseplant. They do well in bright indirect light and low light and can be grown in dry soil or vases of water. Keep in mind that the variegated form is like low light or can even lose its variegation if it is too low. Only the green parts of the leaves can make energy for the plant, so it must be able to get enough light for power, or its growth will slow, or the leaves will compensate for the lack of light by becoming more green and therefore lose its white tones (totally Nerding out on you here, insert big head).

But hey a little bit of goss, did you know?

The Manjula pothos is a patented pothos cultivar that the University of Florida2 developed. Its characteristics are similar to two other cultivars: n’joy pothos and pearls and jade pothos, although the Manjula pothos is recognised as a distinct cultivar.

  • Description
  • Manjula Pothos, let's just say it is "the most wanted plant", so don't walk; just run when you see him here in stock! He often features in our Houseplant Wishlist Box too. Spotlight on you, dude! 

    Another way to pick Manjula apart from the rest is that his leaves have wavy edges and don’t lay as flat as his other pothos friends.

    Pothos is the ultimate trailing houseplant. They do well in bright indirect light and low light and can be grown in dry soil or vases of water. Keep in mind that the variegated form is like low light or can even lose its variegation if it is too low. Only the green parts of the leaves can make energy for the plant, so it must be able to get enough light for power, or its growth will slow, or the leaves will compensate for the lack of light by becoming more green and therefore lose its white tones (totally Nerding out on you here, insert big head).

    But hey a little bit of goss, did you know?

    The Manjula pothos is a patented pothos cultivar that the University of Florida2 developed. Its characteristics are similar to two other cultivars: n’joy pothos and pearls and jade pothos, although the Manjula pothos is recognised as a distinct cultivar.

  • Quick Facts
  • What to use me for: I brighten a shelf, desk or windowsill and boost your air quality. Boy, I'll shimmy up anything! Show me off as I'm super rare and send the joneses green...

    I grow to: I’ll cascade to two metres.

    Where to place me: Outside, I need full to part shade, and indoors I’ll cope in most low light situations. Just keep me away from direct sunlight. But give me enough light, so my variegation stays true to form.

    How far to space me: Give me 30cms of elbow room

    Soil Conditions: I like a well-drained potting mix that stays on the drier side of things. Liquid feed every two weeks (summer)

    Watering: Allow the top 2 to 3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water well. Manjula pothos is resilient and can withstand a little neglect if necessary, so if you forget to water this pothos every once and a while, she should bounce back quickly.

  • Size
  • I come to you in a 125mm nursery grow pot ready to plant into your desired planter.

  • Growing
  • Despite his starlet appearance, the Manjula pothos is actually pretty easy to care for. As with other pothos, Manjula pothos is adaptable and resilient and thrive in regular household growing conditions. Due to its intense level of variegation, Manjula pothos appreciates more light than non-variegated varieties, but otherwise, their care is pretty similar to the standard golden pothos.

    Light:

    Manjula pothos can adapt to a range of lighting conditions, just be sure to avoid harsh, direct sunlight which can burn the delicate leaves. While Manjula pothos can survive in low light conditions, they require a bit more light than other pothos varieties in order to keep the white variegation in the leaves.

    Feed:

    Manjula pothos does not require regular fertilisation, but consistent feeding in the spring and summer helps to promote healthy growth and variegation. 

    Yellow leaves:

    First, yellow leaves on pothos plants can sometimes be a result of disease or root rot. Second, yellow leaves can be an indication that your plant is not receiving enough light. Try moving it to a brighter location where all of the leaves are

    Brown Leaves:

    Brown leaves are usually an indication that your Manjula pothos is not receiving enough water or moisture. Sometimes in overly dry conditions, the leaf tips will begin to dry out. Try increasing the humidity around the plant and watering it more frequently. Bathrooms are great for humidity.

    Drooping leaves 

    Leaves that are drooping are an early indication that your plant is thirsty and needs some water. Water right this minute and he should bounce back within an hour or so. Phew!

  • Delivery
  • We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door

    Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently

Description

Manjula Pothos, let's just say it is "the most wanted plant", so don't walk; just run when you see him here in stock! He often features in our Houseplant Wishlist Box too. Spotlight on you, dude! 

Another way to pick Manjula apart from the rest is that his leaves have wavy edges and don’t lay as flat as his other pothos friends.

Pothos is the ultimate trailing houseplant. They do well in bright indirect light and low light and can be grown in dry soil or vases of water. Keep in mind that the variegated form is like low light or can even lose its variegation if it is too low. Only the green parts of the leaves can make energy for the plant, so it must be able to get enough light for power, or its growth will slow, or the leaves will compensate for the lack of light by becoming more green and therefore lose its white tones (totally Nerding out on you here, insert big head).

But hey a little bit of goss, did you know?

The Manjula pothos is a patented pothos cultivar that the University of Florida2 developed. Its characteristics are similar to two other cultivars: n’joy pothos and pearls and jade pothos, although the Manjula pothos is recognised as a distinct cultivar.

Quick Facts

What to use me for: I brighten a shelf, desk or windowsill and boost your air quality. Boy, I'll shimmy up anything! Show me off as I'm super rare and send the joneses green...

I grow to: I’ll cascade to two metres.

Where to place me: Outside, I need full to part shade, and indoors I’ll cope in most low light situations. Just keep me away from direct sunlight. But give me enough light, so my variegation stays true to form.

How far to space me: Give me 30cms of elbow room

Soil Conditions: I like a well-drained potting mix that stays on the drier side of things. Liquid feed every two weeks (summer)

Watering: Allow the top 2 to 3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water well. Manjula pothos is resilient and can withstand a little neglect if necessary, so if you forget to water this pothos every once and a while, she should bounce back quickly.

Size

I come to you in a 125mm nursery grow pot ready to plant into your desired planter.

Growing

Despite his starlet appearance, the Manjula pothos is actually pretty easy to care for. As with other pothos, Manjula pothos is adaptable and resilient and thrive in regular household growing conditions. Due to its intense level of variegation, Manjula pothos appreciates more light than non-variegated varieties, but otherwise, their care is pretty similar to the standard golden pothos.

Light:

Manjula pothos can adapt to a range of lighting conditions, just be sure to avoid harsh, direct sunlight which can burn the delicate leaves. While Manjula pothos can survive in low light conditions, they require a bit more light than other pothos varieties in order to keep the white variegation in the leaves.

Feed:

Manjula pothos does not require regular fertilisation, but consistent feeding in the spring and summer helps to promote healthy growth and variegation. 

Yellow leaves:

First, yellow leaves on pothos plants can sometimes be a result of disease or root rot. Second, yellow leaves can be an indication that your plant is not receiving enough light. Try moving it to a brighter location where all of the leaves are

Brown Leaves:

Brown leaves are usually an indication that your Manjula pothos is not receiving enough water or moisture. Sometimes in overly dry conditions, the leaf tips will begin to dry out. Try increasing the humidity around the plant and watering it more frequently. Bathrooms are great for humidity.

Drooping leaves 

Leaves that are drooping are an early indication that your plant is thirsty and needs some water. Water right this minute and he should bounce back within an hour or so. Phew!

Delivery

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door

Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently

Quick Facts

What to use me for: I brighten a shelf, desk or windowsill and boost your air quality. Boy, I'll shimmy up anything! Show me off as I'm super rare and send the joneses green...

I grow to: I’ll cascade to two metres.

Where to place me: Outside, I need full to part shade, and indoors I’ll cope in most low light situations. Just keep me away from direct sunlight. But give me enough light, so my variegation stays true to form.

How far to space me: Give me 30cms of elbow room

Soil Conditions: I like a well-drained potting mix that stays on the drier side of things. Liquid feed every two weeks (summer)

Watering: Allow the top 2 to 3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water well. Manjula pothos is resilient and can withstand a little neglect if necessary, so if you forget to water this pothos every once and a while, she should bounce back quickly.

Size

I come to you in a 125mm nursery grow pot ready to plant into your desired planter.

Growing

Despite his starlet appearance, the Manjula pothos is actually pretty easy to care for. As with other pothos, Manjula pothos is adaptable and resilient and thrive in regular household growing conditions. Due to its intense level of variegation, Manjula pothos appreciates more light than non-variegated varieties, but otherwise, their care is pretty similar to the standard golden pothos.

Light:

Manjula pothos can adapt to a range of lighting conditions, just be sure to avoid harsh, direct sunlight which can burn the delicate leaves. While Manjula pothos can survive in low light conditions, they require a bit more light than other pothos varieties in order to keep the white variegation in the leaves.

Feed:

Manjula pothos does not require regular fertilisation, but consistent feeding in the spring and summer helps to promote healthy growth and variegation. 

Yellow leaves:

First, yellow leaves on pothos plants can sometimes be a result of disease or root rot. Second, yellow leaves can be an indication that your plant is not receiving enough light. Try moving it to a brighter location where all of the leaves are

Brown Leaves:

Brown leaves are usually an indication that your Manjula pothos is not receiving enough water or moisture. Sometimes in overly dry conditions, the leaf tips will begin to dry out. Try increasing the humidity around the plant and watering it more frequently. Bathrooms are great for humidity.

Drooping leaves 

Leaves that are drooping are an early indication that your plant is thirsty and needs some water. Water right this minute and he should bounce back within an hour or so. Phew!

Delivery

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door

Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently

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